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Cha ^9|Q 6^|Q<fl g|ff ©19 — The sisth consonant. 

It has the sound of 'ch' in child. It is 

uttered with the help of the roof of the 

palate in the cavity of the mouth. 

■ e. a — t 1 <Q°; 6 — !• And. 

2. On the other hand; still. 
'* I qpo@— 6. Also; again; moreover, 
v l €)2Jt§— 4. Yet. 
* I 3q©^ — 5 - To °; together, 
9 1 qs>gqs>Q caici — 

6. Mutual connection. 
9 I SKII9IQ — 7. Collective compilation. 

r I S30— 8. If. 

9. Together with; simultaneity, 

t» I ( «Qai«M ) ®Q% — 

10. (certainty ) Yes; certainly. 
^ 1 q<y^ — 11. Determination. 
U 1 Q1Q9QSI — 12. Expletive used to fill up or 

complete a sentence. 

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t I GQte; G^Q— 1. Thief. 
J I Q9 — 2. The moon. 
■3. Tortoise. 


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4. An attendant of Siba. 
■#• I IfQ — 5 Siba. 
9 I €^1QQI — 6 - Chewing. 
9 I «IQ9I — '• Eating. 

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GW! W— 1. Sound 






made by a calf or child sipping 
milk from its mother's teat. 


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produced by sucking wind through the 
tip of the tongue and the root of the 
upper teeth after joining them and 
keeping the lips open. 

©a*eroi— si- w- ( «t- Qaft ) — 

Ofaa-aSphala * I ©Sft9Q — 

( Qsfersa— 3i1 ) V, Fickle-minded. 

) I «ig Q — 2. Eestless. 


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I. Chowrie; a long brush made of 

tufts of the tail-hair of an yak 

(used as a fan or fly-whisk to 

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- made of hair-like filaments of Broom- 

grasffl (Sorghum Vulgare). 


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chowrie. 

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bunch of hair of a chowrie is linked to the 

handle. 

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of cattle. 

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folktales). 
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named Ch&itanya is called in fond- 
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Chaita 6©> «W; M9 qSL^"?*?'^'"^ AW— 

^2j ^5 The month of Cha^tra 

^_ ( March- April ). 

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Chaitan ©$0 3 ©J— Pigtail on the middle of the 

head of a Brahmana. 

Chaitan chutki Chaitan churki ( See ) 

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,fcs*g^ fllWT 9gO»90 9QHJG9 3^1 fift 

C03Q SQ q? — "^ s^aH tuft of long hair 

left in the middle of the head of the 

followers of Chaitanya. 


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Chaitana <t | GO©i> G©0©1— 1. Consciousness. 

i<OT 2. Perception; sensation. 

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3. The name of the religious reformer of 
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Bishnu ); Chaitanya. 
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Q[?l— 4. Name by which a person 
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charana is called, 

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month of Chaitra. 

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SQIQ ©0* GWft — A- mark of sandal paste 

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Chaitanya- 

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Chaitanya Chaitana ( See ) 

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Chaita puneiS The full-moon of the month of 

Chaitra. 

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Chaita 9IQ9I9 — Fame for calling Chaitanya. 

G9. 9. ( q. co$ )— * 1 GOpsiq ^9lq— 
1. Appertaining to the month of Chaitra. 

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2. (crop) Harvested in the month of Chaitra. 

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Chaitali Chaita ( See ) 

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An image of a horse prepared by 

the fishermen of Orissa and made to 

dance on the Chaitra p fall-moon day. 

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Chaiti mata g99( — Eaining in the month of 

Chaitra. 

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Raining in the month of Chaitra. 
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Chaiti masa Chaita (See) 

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^^xf| having four sides; quadrilateral. 

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2. Square; rectangular. 

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Chaua ©S199I 9«««WI (GGjSi)— 

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on the body of infants. 

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A cattle-disease. 


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ChavuSmsa ChauamS* (See). 

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(a person) "Who acts by having his vision 

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2. (figurative) Very cautious and watchful, 

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3. (figurative) Very dexterous; ingenious. 

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The foot-pad of a ladder, 

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Chaura (See). 

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Chaunriba To blossom in clusters. 

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Ofa 1, A measure of the breadth 

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2. A meeting place fqr 4 roads. _ 

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pillar of a house. 

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S.^Quadrangle; a square. 

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~ 6. A card with four points. 

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7. A courtyard sorrounded by houses on 

four sides. 

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Chaukawjhi 8»Q|Q9GflQl — A gold necklace. 

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Ghaukati Four sides. 

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forks, 

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made of leaves, sewn together. 

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Chaukasa C9tQ^9» — !'• Strongly fixed or firmly 
fc^rri attached; firmly'tied or secured. 

*fa& ^ 1 <5»— 2* Tight. 

(ocjoSa— ooiqp) «» 1 »s?j ^sfl — 

»;. (OQ*«fl— 9) 3, Strong, 


■*' I 9^Q — 4. Cunning. 
* ■ I QSW&qifli ^Q$Q — 5. Very active; 
pert-, square-headed; .square; able to 
do any and every work. 
9 I (qq. ?r. oeeiQ) eio qi9aiQ ; 3©9 — 

6. Vigilant; careful; cautious; cir- 

cumspect; very careful. 

7. Far-sighted; having always his. eyes 

wide open. 

8. Level on all sides. 

qs&qi— €9. 9. (9- ©§^ gi. OQ91)— 1 1 s«sr99iei 

Chauka Q^eii Qi ci® — 1. A square excavation 

of water; a small hole dug in the 

ground for water to ooze and 

accumulate. 

J I flgai & QH G«K3GQ v Sdtfc f3 ^9! 319— 

2. The playing-card having four tips 

on it. 

6fc*l * ! ai9 a^siaieoifii 69iQg9i q«i9 ^^ 

^NfT ' qki <S 99^9^1 9<?"^ §{9 — 

3. Space near about an oven marked out, 
cleaned and washed with cowdung- 
water before qooking. 

[5— a£si ^ aiQ*i$>qi69 95^9 ^ ai«9 ©q<^ 
gi9 wieata 9Q egg dlqi ^59 ©cs> 9G9 

e^G^Q 99§ 6 eq»9 99gJ t 2l9f G9g e^a 

glfli qy% aa gigq 9^ «I9** aa©s) G9IQQI 1 ] 

OQ9IO-G9. 9— 0Q90 ( €9€t ) 

Ohaukatha Chauka^ha ( See ) 

9$91 G99i— €9. §— €59 9^^ 9^9 ^Qai« G9I9QG9 
Chauka debS q§ a^^iQ 6 OS)^ 9S19I— 
C5W tW^^I To mark out and wash a space 
qforr $3|X near the cooking oven with cow- 

dung-water before cooking. 
gl€9. ( 9S9 ) $— G9^9 9Kh ^g QG9«98 
Q9Wl5iGQ «399 ^SDQ^f an GQI999QI 
£II$C9 6l§9l - To smear the precincts of 
the doorstep with cow-dung and water 
daily and specially on festive occasions. 


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ClNPt tilTO — I- Stool of wood or stone. 

y I asat€Q 2D£$s>9iQ Qaoaidl 919 q9t oiq 

91 €9tfQ SI1SIQ; «€$! — 2. Chair. 

[ g— giote qiqcq esQfc ^Qccii^ai aaQ 91 

QIOQ 91 699^41 2I$1Q$ 6©F§ 9$§l6Gi, Qg6Q 

aQQGS SfiQQQI 9ld! aaq Q$ © ^Q t 091 699Q 

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■69I9TO 9§9!69 QS4 I ©^ 9^919 q.969 9IO~ 

QtlQ 6 699$tfl 9193919 ©$9 9«t9§© 69Q8g i 

< q$Q 9TOI 99© 4 q^CQSQ «l^ G99 91 ©l<sj 

©8*9 I 69?<a§ 69?«is ©Q9 G9f9G9 fly ©GO 

€9©»8; 9I§ G9 £ »„ 9! ^QIQ €!Q a«l SiQai© J 

-<atf 9l$q§ SJqfl ©€&9 91 Arm chair qtfp 

•%aq©9 i ] 

* I 9& 6©I99G€I«— 

3. A kind of ear-ring. 

v I Qlfl 91 ©QQ Q&l ©Q9t ©36$ ©cfy gjft 
91 Q$1£I69 a9fl9 SWff SD||. ffig— 

4. Police outpost. 

* I ©2ql o^. a9q — 

5. Watclv; watching; guarding. 

-* i ( eieisaqaiV'fligM aa<J«€Q gq$ 

W©; 6S6PI69 ©I99AI6© 93 <$9Sfea<n 
•Sl9Kh69 $9g 9g£l9 69G§~ 
6» ( nautical ) A seat attached to the top 
of the main mast of a ship for sailors 

taking observation of far off things with 

the telescope. 

<j »WQ ««© aefQS*«i «assi«o oiq <$asx» ©tost- 

.■0««i— €9. ©.— OS©919( 693 ) 

Chaukia Chaukidara ( See ) 

6Q< Qa— (g # Q^) «y)C9l3a— Quadrangular. 

QQlQ 9Q9I— 69, ?.-QW 6991— 

Chauki kariba ,To watch; to guard. 


©^«Q}Q— 69- 9. ( e. ©SL'*+ 6rl - 39^.9i$)-gifl 

ChaukidSra Q| g99S^> 09^91^— Watchman; 
C&itft? village-chowkidar . 

sfafa&t [ ^— « «9 Q*q««Jflie9 9i9?9 G9QS I ] 

QQQQtQ QGQ^— CQ. 0. ( OQ99IQ+Q . 3IG90 )— 
Chaukidara paret ©^^919919^9 eg8c9« % 6 

b\Q\ qmss ©9*69 99199 91 as9 ©^% 

WG9 9WC9 3^91 9S% 9^19 €99iqa 

y^ Chowkidars 5 parade held weekly 

or fortnightly at the police station and 

before the President of the chowkidari 

union respectively. 

Q€$«QiQ— G9. 9—* I G9f®9«99 9#— 

Chaukidari 1. The duty of a watchman. 

dtf^iflft 5 I GOf^9l99 €|(9Q— 

^fe^t^ 2. The post or service of a watchman. 

G9. 061— ©QQ9I9 ^flflq— 

Relating to a watchman. 

<S>$$QI€} Q1Q9 — €9. 9-9GT9 vr$»o qiQQ 9 WQQ, 
Chaukidari ain G3Q 3QQ ^iQ^IS9 9Cf-99l9" 
6?QlG9 9$9IO©Q99l9aiG© 6 Q$%Q<3>\ 
6 flS!<i9CllG9 9qg G9IQaSSJ 6 0€)99IQ 
fgg 8091^ G9R«S — The Bengal Village 
Chowkidari act ( Act 6 of 1870 B. C ). 

O^Wl€J Q€$S>a«— 69. 9- ( ©Q99I€H-Q°. JJi©W ) — 

ChaukidSri iunian QQ^Qiqj SfiQff ^93169 909 

gi5jqjg — Chowkidari union; a union 

consisting of a group of villages for the 

adminstration of the Village Chowkidari 

Act. 

€>6^9IQ?9€1— G9.ST. (©Q99l<a + Q». *I9 )— Q&- 

Chaukidari tikasa f Qq ; 0^99199 9Qfll ^Oiq^i 

©ag^ gtflg gesw qa« ^9301^ a9i^ G99i 

qq — Village-chowkidari tax. 

o^«9»Q eawe—69. 9— ©QWiei ^qo v a«jyc9 

ChaukidSrt pallchaeta ©qg QQ©«^ 91 gi^SS9 

gai© 9i§fl5»1— A Chowkidari Pancha. 

yat; a group of headmen constituted 

under the Village Chowkidari Act for a 

Village union. 


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g$GO &W9 asi<3©«so gqaQj fioasr— 

The President of a Chowkidari union. 

©€$$gqgh— go. &— 9§§ oqoi (gogi ) 

Chauki deba Chauki kariba ( See ) 

q€5©S€>€i — gis<?- ( si9©i« ) 9. il— qewisw? sS»i 

Chaukibei ^l9G4<a<? #13 — A class of concubines. 

( ©€)$9IQ— aOMGj^l ) [ <£— <9iqr^ q»l QQ9GQ 
q>giQ cil«o ©019 93GQ %1q,ca goa OQSJ I ^SQQ 
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001 Q«SJ I ] 

©€&%ai— go. 94— («r. ©$G*i4)— Q^ewifla ( go<si ) 

Chaukuna Chaukonia" ( See ) 

o$%9— go. 0. (a. ©q[G*i4 )— <toqiq G«» — 

Chaukuni A kind of out-of-door game. 

^q gwgq 9fiai§ iaw* ©a ©q^i tflfli (ais*) 
©a$§— go. ^»- — ©€^%Sf ( GO<a ) 

Chaukun.di Chaukuni ( See ) 

Q€&G$I«1I— GO. 94. ( q, 0%G^I4 )— 

Chaukona 0$QW; G9§ 6M 01 OgQ v ? 6014 
CFWftt an— Quadrangular. 

(o€jGQia«— ao^a) 

©QGQlS— GO. 94. ( $. Q^G«4 )— 
Chaukoni ©^60l<Sli ( 603 ) 

Chaukona ( See ) 

giGO. ( q*WSW ) 9— ©W9 C GO<a ) 

Chaukani ( See ) 
QQG©!©— giGO. ( *«VMIS ) 9— ©QTO ( GOSi ) 
Chaukoni Chaukani ( See ) 

9IG0. ( tfWW ) §3— ©^o3 ( €04 ) 

. Chaukarii ( See ) 

q$wsi— giGO. ( gpiQq.Gi ) 9— ©Q*i& ( 604 ) 

Chaukhana Chaukhani ( See ) 

<5»€$«l€»— GO. 9—* \ Q$TOW3 §611 iaiQ^OI 0! ©?G> 
Chaukhani 'GOIQQOI 0^,— Cloth painted or 

-diWirfw woven into squares. 




> I ^ q<ai— 2. Four languages. 

■ . • 1 e^*je, «g», g^os? 6 ^©^ «§ ^q 

©l^)G3 S[19 — 2. The four classes of ani- 
mals born of womb, of eggs, of sweat and 

of vegetable 

G6^ — S*GO. ( WIQ ) <S>. ( 95*. <§ SiefeQ §. 

Chaukhunta - GOfaja ) — O^PIO — Door-frame, 
Q€5^ai — €0. 94 — 09q2« ( C0« ) 

Chaukhunta Chaukhuntia ( See ) 

QSS&ai -60. ©«— V I q,Q 6«lf «5H95ll— 
Chaukhun^iS 1, Having four pillars to 

C5t^& support it. 

^&Z, ^B2T, ^fe ^ I ©9G*I4; HSIGOOT— 

2. Quadrangular, 
• I flflO^W— S. Square. 

96$Q0— giGO. ( q9i«qfi ) 9— 

Chaugadi Q^9- G*7«§ ©9^ q,SJ«fl9Q ql3|— 
Boundaries on the 4 sides." 
G$q$--GO. 94. ( e. 09$lV 5 SI- OQ44 )— 

Chaturguna c^Qq^ii- 0^*4^ flp ^T'S'li^ ^QGQ 

c^ih q3csi aioi G90 c^g ac$s> — 

^T«fT, ^g?J Fourtimes as much; qurdrupled. 

©ejqo— sico. («swqs) 9«: '(« -giOGfij o 90194) — 

Chaugun OSjq^l ( €04 ) 

(O^q^l — a^QQ) Chauguna ( See ) 

QQGGIiaai— GO. 9^1— q,Q ai09flqi5 ©SLW - 

Chaugordia Having four legs; quadruped; 

^•tftrl • G0.9— Q» 40 6 Qlff tO!9€&£l99! 

^ftfe^T, ^T^T 01 €J«» S16ST9 Q©^>l Of§ OQ9i OIQ* 

v$Gaig> ^ a ' siq ^oi q© oioq g^9©— 

A tall stool used bj persons cleansing or 
whitewashing high roofs or walls. 
<W3— GO. 9. ( ff. ©$$-H3§ )— 

Chaugharl ( ^2a 40 ) ^Q C4IS ^Q^OI ^aiGQ 

^?t Q^ei q$iq q^oiq ai9 oi ^91— 

A plate with 4 apartments for keeping 

spices. 

giGO. ( «l*lft99 ■) 9— GiQaG'Si €3Q '^Q^l 4«l«- 

A courtyard enclosed by houses on four 

sides-. 


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Chauchali ChausalS ( See ) 

(0^o«n— TOi%a) 

Chauchhaka Chaur^sta (See) 

©$SQ— GQ. 9-— O^Qgl <G9fil) 

Ghauchhaki Chaurasta (See) 

69. m.— W qji <*Q 3Si9 fta^no 91 qq% 

9I&IQ 3© — ia road) "Which comes out 
of thte meeting pfeee of 2 cross-roads, 

©$o— 69. -9; (*. ©S$ S>- ©Q*>~* I cWSPS. <v 

Chaufha qjCI— 1. One fourth; J. 

9 rsjoQfKMi qi€i^9q qqp G09i q»99iQ 

-op oq&i°9 — 2. The fourth of the 
offering taken by the priest who offi- 
ciates at the function. 

" * i ©89i«Mf9 flOibi^ gift ©5% q$Q99^q 

<19©Qai*Q— 3. The quarter of the pro- 
duce of a holding payable as rent to the 

landlord, 

©$0l— 69. 9.- (tf . QQ&, 91- 0^|)— 
Ohautha v I QfyO (69$) 

$i§kl .1. Chautha (See) 

2. The 4th J dajftol a montK). 
69. 931— ©$8 — Fourth. 

«®5— 69. $. («. ©S?ft>«. OQ|)— * I dQ«*w QS$ 
Chauthi o^f| ©q— 1- The fourth (Jay of a 
sfekl, B^sfl lunar fortnight, 

2, Ceremony performed on the fourth day 

of a child's birth. 

* I 99I9Q 0$€f 993 4 WW «>^9M 

a^QIQ — 3. The fourth day after 

marriage and the ceremony thereof. 

sc^iSa 9®« ©«6 sa^ * «»• eeGQU^w.i 

[ g— ^€>$8 99 96*99*11 <9ITO6Q 9§ 9Q 69lfl 

99$, 9Q 6 99*11 <3G9 9iOQ 3$$ 8®$ 6 «Q$ 

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vi siias ©$ef w — 

4. Fourth day of the month. 
QQO SQQtQ— 69. ©.—--99199 ©$0 9© QOilQ 918- 
Chau$hi bebhara QGQ 9ft© 3GQ9QQ 9tei<a^9<V 
( ©ej8.69l«— «©*QB ) 9QQ 913 Q6Q 9ft© ^GQ 
Q9hIQ 9IQQ% 901991 OQefctfQ QaQQdt 
3913919 — A present of articles re- 
quired for the ceremonies performed on 
the fourth day of the marriage, sent to 
the house where the newly married 
couple stay on that day, by the father 
of the bride or bridegroom (as the 

case may be). 

Q360-69. 9. 6 ©d.— 49 0^fl°a flip — 

Chauthe One fourth only, 

gi69. MfWlQ) 9.— Q^Ol (69*) 

Chauthi (See) 

Q$®l — 69. 9-— (ST. 9a%'«91G, *• ©^* =-G03§l)— 

Chaurjia ^g; ^^^, sb^^ 

5^®5l, dftal Breadth; width. 

FS^51 69. 9el— t. I ETQSt- ©gll— 
^|j 1. Wide; extensive. 

> I Sa^9i. 3^— 2. Broad. 
©€5®!Q— 59. 9— gg--??eadth; width. 
Chaurdai 

Oft@IQQI— 69. 9^— V I €^9' 9ft9h-. 
Chaurdaiba 1. To widen. 

BWt=i / I 9991^9!^ £f^iQ9l^- 2. To crack, 

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Chaudula GOfGQlft )— QSJG9IQ (.G9« ) 

Chaudoja ( See ) 

9— ©$69lft { 69« ) 

Chandola (■ See ) 
-aoi^a) 

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Bfitftfe G9. 9<s— qQqjefcsi qcpi 01 g£© gsiq- 

^a^TcT got ( ^_«lt )— Four folded; quadrupled; 
folded into four; having four folds. 
<St€j©9|— G9 9. ( e. ©§3 6 ©ffj 9^,1 ©9 ai^-.9§l9 
Chautana ©Q9I ) — «, 1 q,Q€QOT ^_fl|Q 01 ^99— 
(Q399I — aGwqfl) 1. A square napkin or 
■cua«fi; gfofrof wrapper. 

> 1 csasf 5iw|l qgdt 01 2isri6Q eoi©is 
qqo^gq <£QaiG« c^<ag S©| qq^i<i — 

2. A coat with 4 tapes on two sides for 

fastening the flaps. 

§©1 q32JI<1 — 3. Infant's cap to which 
4 tapes are attached* 
Q^QQCr-— C3. S> — qp. 99 — Four sides. 
Chautaraph gQ. £. 03— < I ^QOCICQ— 
fl^fat 1. On four sides. 

Jlwh ; I Wfl. qg.oi6Q— 2. Throughout. 

«^©q— C9. 9. ( e. o^i 9^ia )— v 1 op®. q3oi- 

Chautara q\q gg© gq^ ©^U<s g] — 
sfe^ftrl; 5^t?Tl I- A raised pucca square platform. 
^PTT; 3^T; g3?fCT 9 I 091 $©Sll9$q — 
(9^%$j — BQ^a) 2. A raised pucca platform 
to plant the Ho] y Basil plant. 

3, A sqxiare reserevoir to store water for 

daily household use or consumption. 
<5>$©G|— C9. 9- (e- O^gQ)— 0^©!Q ( G9S ) 

Chautala Chautala ( See ) . 

9Q9I ~G9. 9 6 «— ©6J© ( £93 ) 

Chauta Chauta ( See ) 

««©iq©i— w. $—k 1 oqqok} 3099,0- 

Chautaiba i, Causative of Chautiba. 

> I 9QQQI ( €Q« ) 
2. Chautiba ( See ) 

Chauta chauti Q^gqga flfif 01— 

Folding (cloth) into four folds. 
€9. W— ^€^qflf G9IG €^fl%€Q 90*1 G9IQgOr- 
Nicely folded into four. 


Chautara 1. Chautara (See). 

2. A four-stringed musical instrument, 
<S»QQl€5— 6Q. W (e. O^Q)— t I 0^ d^ OIOIQCQ 
Chautari ^ C9IQ«|QI ( CJC1I \)— 

1. {cloth) Woven into squares. 

2. (mat) Woven with 2 strings at a time- 

QS&Oifr— glGQ («W«LQ) 9 (QT-OSLi )"*" €Q9©H3PQaQ 

Chautala qQ81<3GQ G^l^iQIQ 9Q ^Q^OI »IOQ 

$© — A roof or upper story raised on 

the 4 -sides of a Deity's car. 

b^sW G9. © <$. o^LSio) -q^Cf© ©iQosa^— 

^6r!^ Name of a measure accompanying the 

striking of the Mrudanga drum. 

[5— <§{G3 5> «atf 91 IS QQ 5Ii§)| eJl-o 6 v «|Q|© 

6. ? ^eiN; -a?{Q Q^t— aiaW9«i9oi, wqi 
g©g*«©i ewalQ— g. -apgiQQi ] 

Chautala 1. Four-storied building. 

C5teM;CBta»rt J l©%ef©ft — 2. Fourth story 

glmSTT; -=iW<aT of a building. 

QQ© — SIG9 (CIQtQ|9) 9— ©^a<31 91 Q§)Q GOiq — 
Chauti A pot made of leaves sewn together. 

Chautiba 03,19$ q^Qcp 01 v a^g ©9 gy^oi — 

^^ ^Tl . To fold a cloth fourfold. 

OQ©^«— €9. 9 (e- 0SLC 9 )— mv ?T«hI— 

Chautirisa Thirty four. 

C^fe*f Qdl — *v gsj.,0 — 

u ^?ft5 Numbering thirty-four, 

O^Qa > — «9i^I 

^©€jai«<-G9. 9— ( e. o^C o eai^QQ9 )— <j©q© 

Chautirisasae ©€5QQ9; t»v— One hundred 

©Q9^I€1G9 1 thirty-four; 134- 

9^©€ii«o > — taenia 

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Chautisa w^ 9tgQ qg GWQ $€>$ C9IQS19I **Q9- 
Q§% OQi; g^g— Abecedarian poem; 
a poem conaiatiBg of 34 couplets begin- 
ning with the 34 letters of the alphabet 
from ka to ksha successively. 
[ % - <3(6Q 3iaiQd©8 Q99 *B9iG9 0° 399 gt9GQ 
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v©«a— to © (s. -oqdir— 1 1 «9©qarq* oqefqci— 

Chautha 1. A fourth part; a quarter, 

cbH -.-J l S99f MG9 qjKWioaife 9sr>99l9<$?>€ii% 

«TO; Wt?it aMQ 9Q^Q| QQ— 2. A fourth part of 

the land revenue which the Marhattas 

used to collect from the tenants of 

Bengal, -Bihar and Qrissa ander 

Mahomedan rule, 

©Q^i $dqoq$ £ a»s 99*93 wS% »§9I99|qst 

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qiq ©$9 q©«<9 q»iai€Q m Ggstsor qs>m% 

999|I3W9 GQfei ai9iq QS}9I9 1^919 SQ9|I- 

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SI919 filQ99IQ S>39l€p^ GSisa G9Q 
ttetai qi& <ft«Q«i9Q $g<j — 
3. Mutation fee, being J of the consi- 
deration money paid to a Zamindar to 
register the name of the purchaser of a 

royati holding. 

©^eii— m® (smmq) 9 ( sr. o%ef )— ^ 1 e%ai°a- 

Chautha 1. Oee fourth. 

2. The fourth day, of a month. 

giS9. (seiftqa) w — o^ef^Fourth. 

-©$9 — G9.9 6 93 (3. ©§Q9; gi.pSjQ9) — <>v £«m-— 
Chauda Fourteen. 

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Q@9$l— €9. 9tf (#. 9$©+9$) — * I £3$* ^^ ^' 
Chaudant* GSH9IQ €99» *? 511? 9ICJ Q° a S, 

^m aai© ea a| 3.91931 gig g^iq <m§Tj 

€9^* -CAf^l' 91 9fflQ 4Q9 QiSJ «S— 
1. (a horse or bullock) Which has got 
only four teeth come out; not yet 

full grown. 

y 1 qaGflif <*%%%% (9isi)— 
2. (an elephaut)Having four teeth or tusks- 

W. «-ai|flC<5filQ <S£»I<SI£| 9IQ ( <fl!OQrS) *? 

Four-tusked elephant of Siam in Burma. 

««Q a®€^0— 69. 9-^l«ai§g«fl COQ QQ «939I9 

Chauda pahandia Q^io — A kind of outdoor game! 

( OQQ ai$§8 — flCfl^a ) a eontest at running. 

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Chauda purusha y q^»g 6 399^1 S> q^3— 

C&t^^Sp^ 7 generations above and 7 generations 
•*A<^g^ below a person. 

9QQCQ Q— €9- 9 - o^aaoi 9QOI ( G9<a ) 

Chaudapoi Chaturddasapadi kabita ( See ) 

0€W©* — G9. 9 — * I 69^8 Gqci 91 QS9 fiq §QQ<3 
Chauda biswa Q9G9 «§^lfi> G99I; aQ «I9|Q S9gl- 

1 . Great distress. 

-> i 9<¥i? SJ9gi — 2. Unbearable condition. 
O^Q Q§l§ — €9- 9— ggaiOlO 6S9i|fif — Seven nether 
Chauda brahmanda worlds and seven heavens. 

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Chauda madala q^9|Cja^ Q^9«§ AI9Q 91 $£90" 

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eSl^ff~A procession of the followers of 


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Chaitanya round the compound of the 
Temple and in the town of Puri accom- 
panied by 14 drums and cymbals. 
€>€$Qfi)— 69. ©..( £. QQQO 91 Q$G$» ) — 
Chaudala ^ | QQGQK» ( 6QSI ) 
1. Chaudola < See ) 

y I q&&® g«wi G«ta— 

2. A game played by four players. 

96&Qftl — GQ. 9— QQGW ( GQSi ) 
Chaudala Chaudola ( See ) 

Chaudani v f q^jQ <$\q\ qfgtfp\ 9^$ — 

dfofffi An earring having 4 long pearls ( like 
^H%}tft paddy ) aa pendants. 

QQOGI — GQ. V. i %. Qq®\ )— ^QSAST ( fltf, a£fl, 
Chaudiga g^Q <$ qqsi ) — Four corners of the 
Cwfif^; CwNt globe; four points of the compass. 
^T*3flfc o«o« gqissq assist 

9Q9 si^q <aq o ^aia — flagss?. aofltnt i 
$\ §° — S^SIGQi — On all sides. 
©6}9QI— CQ. M- ( e. ©§cfo v J— Q$Q€I G^^QIj 
Chaudiga O^jQ^Hidi — 

Surrounding on all sides, 
( S30I— «aQ.69fll6Q QQQQI WSI G9IQQ8 I ) 

G9. «i— fiiaae©* 9$we9 — 

On all sides. 
Chaudina Pour days. 

Ohaudu^ra q©£l|S19Ga<3 — A town for sometime 

capital of ancient Oria kings. 

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9%ai gq ^qcq a$a© i oe^ac), cowq <$ 

gqees wet ( aa® <?<s? ) a&iQ swr *3 3iqq 

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aSS} I <OIGQ ©»Gfl©^ fl^iq© m 9€«pi Q^6Q 
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6^9i qpiqQ -mis <i qoaioi .^q I ] 
Having four dxxirs or gates. 


Chaudxu rffi a Very tight or rigid. 

O^GQI»— GQ- Q. ( e. ©$€9*ift )— 

Chaudola ^ | gg^Qf^M .qO«iq ©IQOG^— 
C^^, aslOflT 1- A royal palanquin. 
^?mr, ^fte J | qQMi 69I§9I S«>QI— 
(OtaJG^Iffll — Sig«i%a) 2. A litter or palanquin 
borne on the shoulders of 4 persons. 
«» I Qfl|Q — 3. A square sedan chair for car- 
rying idols in a procession. 

9^ ^fligi^O 91^ ( <^JGQ r OI^_ ^$>ffdl 
SSII-0 WQ QQ^) — 4. A grand marriage- 
palanquin ( borne by 8 to 16 bearers ) 
to convey the bride and bride-groom 
in the marriage-procession, 

©ftfciq— g<3>. ©■ q?. (^. 04^51 ^1 e. O9ja-»O9«0+ 
Chaudhuri a ai^. G9 g^QI Q$^^^ Q8aw)— ■■ 

<^^ v 1 ©1© 6 QiMiqte flaw'-gaio q^q 

^T3^ Qai^l — Surname-of the headman 

OQ^3*1 7 1 °^ a caste or ^ade. 

€jgiWGfl«— 2. An honorific title; a 
surname of distinction amongst the 

Oria Zainindars. 

[.5— <k?i oiq q^gq «aG%aai— GQ91Q »3qiq 
o6}g_qi qaioia 9^j i «si9 ^is^Q© 'eof* ©hi V 1 ] , 
* i qqQflig a^QiQ qiqgq oisjpiG gaio 
*^Qi— 3. The name of the chief reve- 
nue-officer of a Taluka under the 
Mahomedan rule. 

^ .| ( ^ooiq Q«t§ g© ^Q^aGQ gqs?H ) qpei^ 

Qh^ — 4. ( witticism ) A pot-bellied or 

fat man. 
Q^9$" GQ. ©— «. 1 q,Q2JJ9j q,Qai«— 
Chaupata 1. Four sides; all sides. 

csV# > 1 Gsa4 %§ «io% aQsii vi^iq ©qaiQ- 

; ^ml2 2. A four-sided log of wood from 

the sides of which the unsubstantial 

portions have bean sawn or 

scraped off. 


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3 A kind of game of dice. 

■» i awa— 4». Ruin- 

1. Open on all sides. 

5 I g|§,jao_2. Unprotected. 

^aa*«i<o— 6Q. $.— 69«ngq q©g<3$ qmakw 

Chau patanaeka qaNtQG€<a; €hie&a§Ql<lS — 
(OMIQQfcGW— 2J©m%Q) A title given to Karanas 

by Grissa BajSs. 

Chaupani 1. Cess livied af the rate of £. 

-j^ 2. One fourth. 

3. Mutation fees payable to the zamin- 
dar at the rate of \ of the considera- 
tion on the sale of a rayati holding. 

1. <a tax) Levied at the rate of |. 

r-|«iiaiQ« qsjq a>Q&Q 9iq9tQv 8«n«eQ 
€9IQftQI (£T^)— 2 (crop) Produced at 
the rate of \ of the normal produce. 
* )-q&q$%-qca a»Q^i (® o alQIQ)— 

S*--(ab«*04ttM«(' Entitled to a fourth 

share 

4 (a zamindar) Owning one-fourth of the 
proprietory right of an estate. 

£114—6. (an instalment) In which \ of 
the rent or revenue is to be deposited. 

ChaupaniaB Chaupani (See) 

Chaupadi QQOftW- 39 ''©Sf Wl® 91 $>$>«!— 
CBfasft 1. A song or poem ordinarily consisting of 
Jftvftff, ^<& ^V. ^"t , . ■ ; 4 couplets. 


sacra site Q9»i <acr 




2 i (e. ©§f!$1) ^oeQiSrf apQ wi ; goiq— 

2. A square cup made of leaves sewn 

together. 

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Chaupahara QrikUGQ gQ$T S>OS€Q Q9 6 9© q& 

^Wsri a^s) eww ai© qq Qa^s aiasjj «Q r o1— 

T^q^^T 1. Servants attending on the master 
throughout the day and night by turns 
of 4 prahars or 12 hours each. 
©WW flifll* «oe«» 

> I ©as}* q^Q 6 qpafliGP W q€> r a<$>9 

2. A labourer or servant who attends on 
his master for 12 hours only in 24 

hours. 

Chaupakha Four sides. 

QGp% - w. ©— o«iaj ^ ( w«i ) 

ChaupSta Chaupata 1 ( See ) 

q^Q^H o^ais 911S94 qi?s qis 

fl^Oi flftQ t$fl 00? 9fl cq 1 giol. Q^iflS^ I 

Chaupatali Patali ( See ) 
©$ai§— W- *..( «< ©?^ ) — GC11Q fii C^IQ ^3l«f 
Chaupati SSHQ 'QQCQ ®Si G^IQ^QI Ql^§— 

(GSfcaita— TOi%a) A square log of wood or 

timber* 
€9. Q^l — 0$Qfl— Four-sided; quadrangular. 
OSfe9IOl-C9. 9. ( ft- ©SLtllOl ) — OQQI01 U9«! ) 
Chaupathi , Chaupar^hi ( See ) 

Q6$ai@1-e9. «. { e. ©SfiMol ) - s^aial { w«i ) 

Chaupardi Chaupani ( See ) 

Chaupar^bi aiiiaoi <?q$ai$?lQ ) — 

■Allf ; &m !• A village-school. 

"■■> lffSt©aiD»«IOJ;-Cfe«— 2. Tol; a school 
for teaching Sanskrit free of charge. 


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£191 G909 <3Q — 3. A roofed hall open 

on all sides and used as a sitting room. 

* I 0^*iQq§ A?)a — 4. A pavillion or 

square hall with 4 doors. 

QQQtqi— G9. ©i' ( 3. ©%f 19; 0^19 )— 

Chaupaya qQCdl^a Cflt ^IQQI «j €IOT— 

CFWfal A small portable bedstead with four 

^"f *TT; wTT? legs. 

{©Qai§ai- ©qawi— siQH^a) €9. 9<a — 01910 «^f 

GQIO «e— Four- legged. 

Q$aiQ— 69. 9— ilCQ9^9ft9l aiQ.9i9$9 flOWIfli 
Chaupala g$$ GQlft 91 «W — 

A kind of litter for carrying women 

( Howells ). 

©$s6— 69. 9. ( ff. ( S. Q$$ 6 %% ) — 

Chaupithi * | G«fo$ 39 9913$ S|& 91^ 91 9»- 
sfef*& 1. The four surfaces or sides of a 

qfe<K solid thing, 

J 1 G«ta9 aiQ§ ^qa^ €^9a— 

2. The four sides of a place. 

Calais a® Qsr ©Qao 9©Cfc ssq 

aoQi^GQ grow *q a^9 t «KnQGfii9»* cw* ' 

QS§6c«— 69. 9a— a 1 esa^ aq. 4q.£|9iq ( * geiQ ) 

Chaupithia QQ 69l§9!69 a^g, — 1* ( beast of 
C^f*&1 burden or animal ) Habituated to 

gtTO do all sorts of work; dexterous in all 

sorts of work, 

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> i ( gimicT) o^«9;Vea^ <?<i§ a$ QiA 

( Ql^Q 6 5II9§9 ) €Q aiQCffl— 

2. ( Figurative ) Strong on all sides; all 
round; clever at everything ( manual 

and intellectual work ). 

* I ( QM(a) 3QgeiQ Oisft 9Q9I6Q a^ij— 

3, ^Figura.tive) Thoroughly qualified. 

Q€$§6 SIQQ— €9* 9 (geiSI 3SQ fl9l -0980 mQI -C9 
Chaupithik haracha =§6, /q 8S9 991 09 93 6 

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6 agQfli 2J9 3QRG9 ^ aa^ Aqiq 6 

m%Q\<Si gqg, -5IQO— All the expenses of 

both parties for coming and going; 

entire travelling expenses of the two 

parties (in a case or marriages 

©gserq— 69. 9 ( e. o%8+^stciqo)— q§}Q9i gw- 

Cbaupheri 9Q9EJQ q,QaiCl ^«9©|. aQSfll— 

CPjWft Going round a temple or idol; 

^TO# circumambulation. 

QSQq— €9. 9 (ffi.owoi; o^^qw+901^ a^ eat 

Chaubacha fta)— ^j9 CJQGQCJtlj aa^ ai9 g»q 
<&RM QGCQ€l$)ia9l©»lHlQ: S9 ©»lil|Q ; ©gl— 
fltaf A small reservoir of stone or brick 

©€$901, QQ9IS^ 7 masonry for storage of 

©Q9IQI f «»i%9 water, 

©6599— 69. 9 (e. 0^88819®, g|. og^tfi)-— 

Chaubana a^Q ?JCa9i ^Q W9 ?eisl; *v ^«2i<,|— 
. g^rm Fiftyfour; 54. 

Numbering fiftyfour. 
©3Q9i€i<l— G9. © (s. o^iigiiao^+ao) — <9a o^9o ; 

Chaubanasae v*ff— One hundred and fiftyfour; 

(0^99lfilG9— a»H^a) 1 54. 

©«9Ca— G9_. Qtf— <■ \ 9^9GQ 919?© ( G9S ); 53191 

Chaubani 6©©G9 torfcQN ?lGfir 9fllQ;a©l (GflQ)— 

I. (a Cuttaok seer) "Weighing 108, 

tolas. 

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9ow <@ vf qgtq (aeji— ©$9$f qqg)— 

2. Of four different colours (black, white 

red and yellow). 

69. © ~Q$9SI GSQ (G9€l)«Chaubani sera (See). 

®^9fil SSQ— G9. 9— t»r ^qi 6&9Q G^ 9§« G^Q' 

Chaubani sera A seer of 108 tolas 

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sl? 5 ^ ©|fl| 01 9QGSQ— 1- A kind of old- 

3TO^t fashioned coat with double flaps on 

the breast tied by 4 cords, 

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qai 9Q <a§Q j» .q-g S9IQ ^ig saai9Gfl Qiaaicet 4 
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2. Shoeing of the four feet of a horse 

or bullock. 

©$©© — GQ. 9 (e. ©$JW*)— O^QO (W«) 

Chaubandha Chaukatha (See). 

«©aQcf -G9.9 («.o%«pd)— a#, «^oifl 6 6Sis%a ttjjai- 

Chaubarga «JIQ^Q «J€i6€llf QSi Q. STtt — Fourfold 
5^sf aims or summum bonum of the life of 

■3TU<» T a man. (religion, wealth, desire and 

Goe« ge^iQ 9§ t €9iq» salvation \ 

Chaubarsha 4 QIGq,<h 2DQ a&TO ©Sjfl SiffaiGQ 

^Ui ^T I 3fl^Q SK] —An obsequal rite performed 

on the 4th anniversary of the death of 

a person. 

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Ghaubala Q<\$jfi~ ) 91© 6 V &cft$/ -40& vf SlfifQ 

qq aqsai ©<$tei%) ^qm? sacs 
<iqsoiq wqsiqQ w©- 

1. An athletic test of strength between 

two persons, like a tug of war, with 

a stick. 

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J I ©QQGpQQ — 2. The army consisting of 

4 branches ( e. g. infantry, cavalry, 
elephants and cars. 


«n 1 QQOIQj. 031 QOO — 3 - The Game of dice. 
* I 9QQi £3® — ^ 4 - The Game of chess. 

0^9191— G^. Mfe.-O^^J^OSfil^^* - 
■ Chaubaha • Having four arms. 

God Jagannatha; Bishnu. 

eiSsQ aw *9 s* Q 0191 1 ^1^9- 991Q&Q. qg i 

Q€j©°€i— w. ( 9Qh ) ^> ( e. o^a ; gi. o^olai )— 

Chaubithsa ©^8; >v CT«m1 — 24. 

tf^*t G9. 9«— ' v W©— Numbering 24. 

©Q€5G©— GQ- (Q^ 1 *) ^- W— v I «IQWGQ— 
' Chaubhite * 1. On four sides. 

J I q,QflieiGQ — 2. On all sides. - 

Chaubhuji Having four sides. 

Boundaries on the 4 sides. 

QQGQd— G^? ^a— 9dioi^— 

Chaubhomi Square. 

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Chaumatha 1. God Brahma. 

dW^n > 1 ( e- o^ia ) o^a© qgi—2. a place 

where four roads meet; a place where 
two roads cross each other. 

( ofijflsi, osjffla— a<?H^,a ) w- ©«— ^Qt flg©- 

qo — Four-headed . 

Ghaumahala 06J0IQ ( G9« ) 

( o^flWI<3— awqp ) ChautalS { See ) 

ChaumuhaB ^QMqj SJ19IQ ^ ^Qefllf ag— 
^i^tl Four-faced; facing towards the four 

sides. 


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I.Delta; the place where a river 
branches off and falls into the sea. 

y i eoJqgj ( w« ) 

2. Chaurasta ( See ) 

O^Q— 91. { 991 ) 9. ( S. G©fa )— S^9 — 
Chaura Thief. 

93QGr1— 69. 9. ( *. ©$9GP ) — 
Chauraigi * I <3®g^|Q €«9 — 
C^^t 1- A kind of game. 

gkfT > I S99gl— • 

2. A place where four roads meet, 

* t ^©ssiq 91© jai9i sag acrft ^^ 96Q — 

3. Complete paralysis; aoute rheumatism. 

* i ©stereo— 

4. Army consisting of four divisions (cars, 

elephants, cavalry and infantry ). 

Q@Q©I$— G9. ( 29m ) Q. ( ?• 6©f99l3 )— 9§W — 
ChaurabSsa Jail. 

e^Qg— €9. 9«. ( st. ©§®g=©§6^i )— 

Chauras t, | ©Q ( G&S ); 9I9IQ ©IQ9I§ 391©^ 
C^j?pj 1. Square. 

srksr > I o&wgq qflew8e— 

2. Even; equally or evenly distributed. 

3. Full; abundant. 

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©3©3 Gqp© i ) 
( osjqot— aoiqp ) v. I qfl«Q; sags* — 

4- Level; flat; even; smooth. 
* I S§j WJps—^ Strong; firm. 

9 i ( mv^R 9*»9$o as? ) Q°gi n§ ©ig©% 

qjf QI&S ©659101©* 9i9$© TO«Q~ 
6. A scraper used by braziers to scrape 

and polish utensils. 


p I $9 — 7, Bieessive. 

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Charas ( See ) 

0€JQ«4«B©— S9. §. ( QflWQ )-^ CQ^ Gflfc 

Chauras rueii BQfi?l6) €»©Q| a|Q QtQ69l3a* 

<9gG?IQ O^l — A kind of square 

mould used by goldsmiths to 

beat out small ornaments* 

©€JQ— N. 9- ( ST. O^Q; O^tQ )— 9W4« 63€i ffl«; 

Chaura aa^ 91 Q^l gl^Q g^SSi ^Q^fl 3fl| 

C^Srtl e9IQ2il^; %0«llO€iq— A raised mound 

grcf^ or structure near the house in which the 

Tulsi plant ( a daily worshippable plant 

in every Hindu household ) is reared. 

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Chaura-asi z§ siGaSI Qfi «W SrSfllj rv — 

g*tft Bightyfour, 

^q# G9. 9«— r^ e«n©— 

(Ofijqff— HOT^a) Numbering eightyfour. 
0QQ*«69— G9. 9. ( ^- ©%OTQ, 'SI. ©Q||9Q )— 
ChauraSlabe ^G© HGaiSi'v.a^ ^^Ij <!*— 

J»<llH«^ 94; Ninefcyfour. 

^ikrH^ G9. 9«S1— civ ?ffii=i© — Numbering 94 

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Chauralisa q«S%4Q *UI9 «lil 5 ** 3««ll| — 
pftSm 44; fortyfour. 

^rtt^T G9. 8«. — ** £T«W9— 
(©999S— «?iq,a) Numbering fortyfour. 

9€&qs>€ii€i«— w. 9. ( *. ©SLUqiVaft+a© )— 

ChauralisSsae <Qa« O^QQQ; l»« — 144. 
(©€$q©€1l€IG9 — «©iq.a) TO. 9fl— «.** 9°<a«»Q — 

Numbering 144. 

Oi$Q 6Q9I — €9. §— SLOflteWM C^8© 6 ^§9*?© 
" Chaura seba 3&4I 91 991909^ 9«9I9 6 09ia9 
999I%Q 9^9i Ql^ — Act of wor- 
shipping and watering the holy Basil 
plant reared up on a mound, 

G3Q3I— G9. 3. ( cr. o%s + ffi. 9S> )— 
Chaurasta Gfe$aa9 9»9 §!<?* &9 — 
C&fafal A. place where four roads meet, 

^T5T; gfet; sflrrecfT i. o roads cross each other. 

OQQ- G9. 3— <. I (3°. pflq)— C999K1 ©*» G939TO- 
Ohaurl Q$ — 1. A string made of hairs strung 
V&R, fl&fl% together and used as a tape for tying 
^'^ the hair. 

J I ($. 9$Q)— e^a€9 GOftqQI fll€T«i «*" 
2. Courtyard surrounded by houses on 

four sides. 

* 'I <W. O^) ''ogjaioi fwiiar ' 

3. Chausala ( See ) 

* I q99 ( €9«i ) 

4 Ghamara ( See ) 
*'l g«s«fl^ (G9«) 

5, Satya-amba (See). 

$ | aati{ StelG9 q9l Git QQt £931— - ~ 

6. A small pucca raised platform or 

altar in a courtyard. 

7. A quadrangular courtyard. 

9GW «i|— G9.$--0Q$9 <1£Q ooaq Q96Q ©Q$IQ 99 

Chauri bhundi G9IQ 931 saiQQ9i ai§)l$© W»W- 

§G€1^"""A cup-shaped ornament for the 

hair into which a bunch of Chauri is 

firmly attached with wax. 


Chaurjya Theft; stealing; habit of stealing. 

G95i esq oecch a$ i qs- ewMaaesra i 
9@ftQ — €9. 9 — «^€Wi 919 — *' 

Chaulari A necklace with 4 strings. 

Q^fllQI— 69. 9. { *. O^WIQI ) — 

Chausala 1 I 9^IQQ <3Q ; <JS>GIW 99— 

C^teM 1. A block- house; a square house; 

ju^ f the hut of a hermit. 

2. A house having 4 sloping thatches on 4 
sides; a thatched bungalow. 

Chausinga G9IMT qa» ^«t°^ 9i g,Q ^ a " 
Cfr\1*Wt ^SS'S — The four-horned antelope; 

^jlfcjsn Zetracerus Quadricornis. 

^Q q,^ ectit Scf $<Jj fli°q «i*3L — eaiGaaog i ] 
69. W— q« Gdlf aefQa^ — 
Four -horned. 

Chaushathasa-e 164. 

9WO-G9. 3, t «r.. ©V«*> si- o€»t o )— 

Chaushathi gjo-o «GQfll v «9 ^«*»lj 9 V ~ 

C5\^ 64; sixtyfour. 

g ft^ld GQ. W — 9* 5t«N9 — Numbering 64. 

Chaushathi kala QSfiO g«IQ 9Q1 §911 ( 3191 * 
9€©i9 lS^©< 9891 ifcTQ Sfll 9Q9I 9^9i)- 
Sixtyfour kinds of fine arts according to 
the Hindu Sastras ( which a woman 
must learn before she becomes perfect ). 

[ 2— 49«ie fl©€9 9* 901 aai— <. sififlo, ^ 

90S, * 9191, * Q99 9191, * QISilQPq, 9 %Q" 
Qyt9> 9 Q«9 999l„ r G9€l 9091, ft 21ST989, 

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>9 §^$19©©, ;r«i©sriQ ©fta, 3e©*pq5JJ- 
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§j<ai, w<i 6Wi^ qqmIj #° ©I9H gqg^i 3 *t 2139- 
q3JT©l ©ei©, *j g& aio, *• ©is© ^q, ** siio«fl 
©iSi ** gc»©.i, +$ £l<&fll©©l, *9 ©»gq Q91I, 
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©S$0 9® — 69. §— 9ifleii%i96Q 9§9 tfiqjawflQ 

Chaushathi band ha $v £j©,IQ 9$i 91 «i9g!9 — 

64 kinds of poses in copulation des- 
cribed in tbe erotic books of ancient 

India. 

©€$ga— 69. 9, — fa. ©§8gg)— <. i q£t€<aif qci® 59^9 

Chausama qfl|©|Q [0©©; gq^ (fl9|<5©GQ ©9*9) 

wS*w ©a© 6 $6*9] — I. Aggregate of 4 scents 

^feTCT used as a paste for the body (sandal, 

bdellium or camphor, musk and saffron). 

> I G^QSQIS GSQI ©9199 6<sa ^9^9 ©J— 

2. Powder of 4 drugs for cold. 

[§— 44 , 8aS>, flQ9 6 99 9^ 69IQ <9! S|© 

€999 6 qQSQiQs'Staae-cw— 

3. A medicinal preparation consisting 

of powdered clove 9 ,cumin, ptychotis and 

rnyrobalan. 

9®WI«— €9. S.—^ e. 0SL! + 9lfll-.^0. WWfllOl, 
Obausamalt ^fl|»1)— €9^ gi9G9 «f 3^919 dfll 
wf 5p» *TO|, 3ft9@^A point where the boundaries 
^fe*St of four villages meet. 

©e^€J— C9. *■—(«. 05.MQ) ^^Q^a 9)Qj- OSJQ^ 
Cfeausapi 919*— Four-stringed necklace. 


«^Rft 69. ©«.— <■ I ^9^99^ (919 )i ^QS^iq- 
g|w^l Q§«a( — 1. (necklace) Consisting of 4 strings; 
°W> 7_. four-stringed. 


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-^ I ©SLfirSs ©$G*WS^— 2. Quadrangular, 

Q^gi9— (S9, 9.— (sr. ©%wi<3a, <aw H^ ©^ r f 

Chausara eWK* 319 91 Gdltl ?[9I^— *. I asiifllQ- 
^t»TI 1. The dice-board. 

^fe , ^fta* ^ I aaiG«»— 2. The game of dice. 

1 Q89£Kl<~-€9. 9. ^ 9tf--— «9S9 Q9l$&— ., 

Chaustarasa-8 174; one hundred seventyfour. 

(9Qgq«CT— 2i9H%a) 
©€539—69. 9.— ( «. 9%^9Qi 91- 69?9^€l )— 3%Q 
Chaustari aea§| ^9 si^9 OTn^ 5> v — ; 
k^^ 74; seventyfour, 

(o^gei 7 — €9. 9^1—9* ST^9— 
O^GglQ j Numbering 74.' 

Qasw -€9. 9«a.— ( e. 9$$ -f^ Q9«^) — 1 1 q.Q 

Chaubatta 99€Q 9IQ9I 31019^1^ C9%ff 9q S31Q 

5fe?N5l 1- Surrounded by a compound wall on 

^t^ccIT ali sides - 

^ I (#. 0%«+9g,)— ^^l 5 ! 6 9091© (5199)— 

(9Q99I — SiQM^a) Tall and strong (man). 

[g— qiaiQd GC3G9 QSC9 *i 91© ^BQ, 

qq 919 G9cri CQ9 3iai9^i«? sieagi 99 I ] 

G9. 9 — 49ai6« 9S1391 aie^— 

A compound-wall raised round a place. 
QCJ99— €9. 9.— (q. ©3? +*. 99^«—«flfll)— ^ Ulfll- 
Cbaubadi 1- Boundary^ 

^STfr; ^^bn 2. Boundaries on the 4 sides 

€9.. 9«J-— l. 1 9%8elmG9 si9a®— 
{©©9§ — ^©^©a) 1< Situated on the 4 boundaries 

2. Adjoining the boundary; adjacent. 

©<g--jHC9 (*WW) 9 (3. eo?)*re©p«ii3— 

- Cl^aetu The lunar month of Chaitra. 

© ^ aaoi— si69 (wwiq) 5*. (^- a- c©I*9©D— 

Ghaiiki paginal ©fl^a^Q^To be startled; to be 

alarmed. 


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ChaSkiba To be startled, 

<S«aQ—gi69 (a<i$as) 9. ( SL»- fi- 6©fa9i)— etcr?l* 

Ch*nghara ^q§> — Wicker-work tray. 

•©©— 69. a— ©«"©« (TO#) 

ChaScban . Cha-aS cha-aa (See). 

©§-gi69 (aw3©)—9— ©aQ; $$$% 39910— 

ChaSr Tbe steps or foot-pads of a ladder- 

qq (ai^)— ^.-rrt I 91191? ?Q?j— ■,. - - 
Obak(root) . 1, To obstruct. 

> 1 9$l TO^I*~ 2 - To resist; to repel. 
m 1 ©a £9Vt— 3. To be pleased; to be satiated 
* or contented. 

* * I qfe 6991— 4 - To be lightened. 
* I 9999 9Q91— 5 - To sHne - \ 

Chair Chalk. 

&$ 69. a— 901©— Suddenly. 

Chakchak ©9^ af^— qf aiQ9i)— i I Off 5 ©$©— 
^^ 1. 'Splendour; lustre; brilliancy. 

amTOT^ -> I €19091$ 9fc asse- 

ss.' Brightness of colour; dazzling * 

brightness. 

SfiWT 999%t~ Shdning; ^"igM; brilliant, 

dazzling. 

69. a (a©M©9©<a)--©q§) $%s a*«iq 09ia ©q 

tl* «tf §©919 39— Sound of licking of 
milk or water by cats and dogs. 

glTO (W*9$) "©■— *WJOTQ9©0 WWIG&Hq* AWJ 

Bfl'QOl — Uneasiness due to the fear of 

impending danger. 

Chakchak lagibS . aqgq «i§QQI ©196991— 

Feeling of uneasiness due to 
apprehension of impending danger. 

<9^©9iQ9i— 3(69 WW9S)' 9 * 1 SL». «$ mw §• 

Chakchakaiba , ; ©^©9*©b— 4Q991; 9l8-«M> 

€©?«§ 91^ ©96t 9I9I6Q a$9l-*-To split 

, " . - ; ; (said of any liquid coming out of a pojfc). 


©Q©9— 69. 9— C9S9I9 9flTI— 

Chakchaki A kind of country-boat. 

©9— GQ. 9 ft. ©#, 31$©. ©9)—* » «9S 9QQQ ©$— 
Ohaka 1, Wheel, 

^is» [ S— ««9 GQQ o«a OQ 3J°€JQ ©ia— <gai— 
Q8» W, «Q, ©I8« f -TO«, s©% §©9Qi, 0*319, 
69192a, ^i« i 9011 ] 

W / I <l©9IQg© ©§ G9§)Q afl<$ — 

^3, 2. A compact and large block of land. 

3. One class or lot of land in a village. 

v I G9<qi fl&Jg 9QQQ1W «U9© — 4. The place 

occupied by the couple on 
the marriage altar. 

* I s^TOlSfel $9 — 5. A square plot of land- 
9 I ^QQIGIGQ GGMOI %9\ retell— 

6. A square courtyard. 
9 I 9©IQ> 9l^a lft "~ 7 * Marketplace, 
r 1 SfS^IQQ Si°*£l — 8. Part of an estate, 
d i ©«q ^aig ©^G^'^i gi© — 

9 A square in a town. 

k* 1 q^i© cacf ©5%5QQ 919 ^5> «is?> — 5 

10': j Potters wheel. 

©9©«fl|— 69. 961 (e- ^©©^1) — ©9©9 ( G9« )-^ 
Chakachakia Chakchak ( See ) 

as ea c«q««s caw — g»i6ia. Qa*iQ 1 
QQ€J©— TO. 9 (e- ®^ ^ °SL^)"~ ^ ' 9"9^919q09l i 
Chakaohandi *a$9l; Q!9^j 999©l — ^ Sfcate °f 
C^fbt ^ l being confounded; bewilderment. 

g^V, fa&jqfis -> r«9H9 «J^19 SiiGQ© G9^ n® 
8»fii9 99i — 2. The state of the eyes 
becoming dazzled by excessive 
glare of light* 
( sum— 3TO ©9q&> QGGQi G3IQ ©9^© QQQQ I) 
m I 9§© ©It.. qQQI GSR ©©aiGQ 6991 
-9.q£Uq$ 5*; 9»aiGQ ^O af99l— 
3. Footf-sore due to excessive walking. 


99^© $091 


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v 1 $>ea« Q€9« 9i ©91 ©atf 9969 9^91 

SQQ91 — 4, Uneasiness or restlessness 

due to anxiety. 
©Qq®€$69l— €9. ©— «■ I 9S?^999©I 6^3© GW; 
ChakacbSndi uthiba QG^ei CaW afl9 C99I— 

1 . Becoming extremely restless 
through anxiety; being bewildered. 

> 1 9$© 91* hwi csisf €€119 ©«ai€Q 9* 

6991; <*& qffl9l— 
2. Having foot-sores. 
99^© €J3«I— GQ. 9— 99«l© Q09I «.) (C9«)— 

Chakachandi ghumibS 

Chakachandi uthiba (1) (See) 

99GI© Q€J9I— €9. 9— 99q,fft Q09I (*) (OTA) — 
Chakachandi ghuriba 

Chakachandi uthiba" (1) (See) 

9Qq© CTf 91— €9. ©—0091© Q09I (->) (€93) — 

Chakachandi phutiba 

Chakachandi uthiba (2) (See) 

99$© Ml €9^1— CQ. 9-9991$ Q091 (*) (6Q«)— 
Chakachandi bana heba 

Chakachandi uthibS (l)(See) 

99^© 9«QI— €9. 9 — 9991$ QflQI ( G9« ) — 
Chakachandi buliba Chakachandi lagiba (See) 

99q© «3qi— w. © — siq*!^ w* a€QQ rarf »§ 

Chakachandi lagiba g$3 991-The eyes becoming 

dazzled by excessive light. 

(aaii— $$p giQ9i%fls© ooqp <a3oca 1 ) 

99* fl»»— 69. 9— t 1 OQtlflfili G9te5 9S£j9 1<SH<£ 
Chakata manthana q#qfi9 3I9SSI9 91 OGQOGr- 
(99*9£— *«h%a) 1- Thorough or sifting enquiry 

or discussion of any matter. 
3 I 96S<3 S8GQI99— 2. Great agitation. 
99*1— 69. 9. (3. 9* ai^eWOj 91. ©«Q—ei$fl)- 
Chakata K \ <$& 9g^*aiS 9CGr 91 CCH30 39 
flW 9§^M» 9g ^GGf SH$9I 9#— 

gsTO 1- ^ ct of fixing two things one of which 
is a liquid; kneading. 

> \ $a, Q|9Q99ft1 9$99 3% S^GQ gg9 

«IQlQCWi 99G>1 99*1 — 2. A food 

prepared with milk and ripe 

plantains mixed together. 


* I 9§,9Q9 «II9t— 3, Well kneaded food, 

v 1 900 OQief — 4. Well mixed thing; solid 
thing mixed with a liquid thing. 

* I GCII96Q 9991— 

5. Treading with the feet. 

€9. 9tf— t I 999; 99! G91Q^9I — 

1. Well mixed; thoroughly pressed. 
5 I 090©© — 2. Trodden. 

©9*IQ9I— G9. 3—-9SS9I 9 qiQ 89$ qfl— 
ChakataibS Causative form of Chakatiba. 

(99S*a9H- W«%a) W ?• S9l«Q0» G^t^ 1 

99*199^ — G9. r. : «— t I 99199— 1. Thoroughly 
Chaka^achaka^i . mixing up or kneading, 

"*W?l4bl& ) I ^Q«%GO 999^ Q^I09*I 5 €CII9<3I« — 
rf'^tgfe 2. Thorough agitation; disturbance. 
99*l«»l— €9. 9— 99*l99f ( €9« ) 

Chakatamantha ChakatSchakati ( See ) 

99991 -TO. 3. ( *. Wfl^eOQG )— 

ChakatibS t I 9Q99§iq A09I 91 9Q9I— 
bi?<?M 1. To mix with the hands. 

^ I GCH9GQ 9091; Qi99l— 

2. To tread with the feet. 

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q>? qcq ate aeiQ cs aca. 1 

* I ( Q$3fSia ) 9^9Q^I— 

3. (figuraiave). To destroy; to ruin. 

v I (S*SWtf£)-«GC399 9Q9li 9il%9© 9Q91— 
4 (figuriftivo) To agitate; to disturb. 

* I (QStflta) €«IOfll9 f% 9Q9I— „ 
5. (figurative) To create confusion. 

9901— G9. 9. ( ST. 98 )—<■ I 9^9 <^€J— 
Chakarda 1. -A wide expanse of land, 

ra 7"i €WS>— 2. A tract of the country; locality. 


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3. The boundary and premises of a 
temple (enclosed within a compound); 

homestead. 

* I ©9<3 (6*?«)— 4. Chakala (See) 

+ I Q£IQ9fllQ?9iq a$9© glQ— 5. The space 
.occupied by the wheels of a car. 
£ t ©9I$Q glO — 6. A circular place. 
® i 09KJ9 9$ «§— 7. A big circular bit. 
©9©l 919— CQ. Q. — 9|9 ^5 ©I Q9Q QIQ— 
Chakarjia dana Gift of a larg tract of land. 

[ $— Qgolq ^919169 9lgtifllQqrQ QQtiGCIIW 

0flG9 6*310^0991 910 9q?jG9 I 
©9@>i69«— gq. 9.— (g39<*9}— 93iQi<g (G9<a) 

Chakarclabheji Kantakari (See) 

99©— G9. 9.(3- 099© Ql ©9+99)— ai^, OGQI,- 
Chakati eaifc 9199 Ql WIS Cfillfi* QOOI Gat «&. 
BtM^ §9€l; 91© — A small oircular bit of thin 
=3 frfa metal, leather, tough paper or cloth. 

©9©— giG9. (3?i9q.Q) Q.— coTaoii swq goiq— 

Chakani Leaves made or sewn into a pot- 

©9QGl — G9. 3.— ( 9- OS+QS ai% ) — * 19l fl Q *l fl( ~ 
ChakabaMl' 9^0« — 1. Ascertaining the 

boundary of a village* 

&^#r > 1 «$ flig ©a $8o $3990— 

g^^r^t , 2. Allotment of land by lots. 

«n I OTftQ (§j|G©<§) — 3 - ^ n estate. 

* I qOS Q» WW «WIQO tilfll (iCTO)— 
4. The limit of a Revenue or Police 

jurisdiction. 

093a— 91. 9 (*• 09«^9)r^ Q»fi£9 (69<a) , 

Chakabhua . Chakrabyuha (See). 

©9519— 69G9. 9 (^©SW. %0. ' e. .^099i)— 
Chakamaka ©Q©^ (G9«) 

Ohakchak (See). 

09a©— G9. 9 (4«f- ©OT9^90l©. a«$a <m$\, aai— 
Chakamaki Q^iO ) — V I S>?fi £19919 Q3Q ( $6$ 
S^R^t QIQCIQ^I 6 ®Q§ q?l )— 1. Flint and 

^R*T37 steel for striking out fire. 

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9G9 ©rf QI9IG9— 2 Flint - 

m t £$9; 9S!?09 <*9 — 3 * Tne striking out 

of lightning; sudden glow of lightning. 

GO. Qd~ ©Q9© QQiaiQaQI (9^©) — 

(gun) Having a flint 

©9393 — €9. TOI (e. ^999*1)— 99 v ©9 v (G9G0 

Chakamakia Ohakchak (See), 

©989 £I§>9I — GQ. §—©939 82I9GQ %9I flIQ SO 
Chakamaki jhardiba QI9I9 9€iQI — To strike out 
b<iij^oi^| fire from flint stone. 

(Q9A9 «K)9I — a9i%a) 

OOflQ afi)— €9. 9— GSfcf ^G9 QQ«9 aaQ 6 Gdlfe 

Chakamaki thaji ai< — A pouch containing: 

(Q99^» qS — aQHQQ) materials for striking out a. 

fire ( e. g flint 3 iron and a 

combustible cork ). 

ooa© aa^—GQ. 9. {q- os^w+e- sg,9)—<9g9i9 

Chakamaki pathara S199«1ftl 939, Q^IGQ nQ\<&- 
5^fV*fl^ 9Gfiii ^S*%ac|.^a> 9I9IG9— 

^FJT*: Flint-stone. 

99fl9 9®^— GQ. Q~ GagJ 99 4 9C9 9951C>% 4991 
Chakamaki bandhuka g)Sfl" qq qq q £f <]Q ^<j — 
^^p^f% ^f Flint-lock. 

09S1I0Q— €9- M— 9fee& ©»IOOI 5 OQfllQ— 
Chakamachur Shattered to pieces, 

09®— giG9. ( g^9g.Q ) 9. (st. 09^ %o. g. ©9^) — 

Chak ar ^q — Wheel. 

9169. ( ga9q.9 ) 9«— 09l5©©Sf|— 

Bound; circular. 

G9@ 399— gi€9. ( 9SUMS ) 9. ( e. 09 <S 090 ) — 

Chakar pabana Q^l9iq— Whirlwind. 

©9Q— gi. 9* ( *. 98 )— 1 I 991^ — 

Chakara 1. Collusion; evil plot. 

5^3 5 I 09*199 QI9Q1A — 

^*J*h< 2. Name for calling Chakradhara. 

999 ( Q0MI9 )— G9. 9—099 QOW ( G9«t ) 

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GQ. 9IQ aiag) I — 2. Posthumous (child). 

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Chakaranta Chakranta (See) 

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existence. 

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thing; the base of a round thing. 

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sitting on the ground by entwining the 

two thighs and knees and legs, with 

hips touching the ground. 


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stone on which the deities Jagannath, 
Balabhadra and Subhadra are seated 
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which athletes make physical exercises. 

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idol of. Jagannath at Puri (having round 

eyes and a peculiar face). 

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of the idol Jagannatha at Puri 

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G9. 94— G^N OapSli— Round-eyed. 

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circuits. 

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Chakanayana Chakaakhi (See) 

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Cbakapi r^h a mariba Chaka pakaiba (See) 

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CbakabhauSri Chaka chaka bhaunri (See) 

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Chakamauli Chaka chaka" bhaunri (See) 

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2. ChakamSndu pakaiba (See) 

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Ghaka marciiba Chakapakaiba (See) 

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ofi the ground.) 

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ChakSmaruJu pakaiba 9§QI — To sit; cross- 

legged with hips to the ground. 

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Chakamuan A round cake of fried paddy 
(©Wiq9l— Wiq.0) seasoned with sugar. 

QOiqjQ— 9IGQ. (w«5B)— «-— ©»l fl l9 98VI— 
Chakamutla Squatting. 

Cha-kas (root) 1. To glitter; to shine. 

> I ( Qfltiief ) Wl G99I — 

2. To be happy. 

3. To brighten; to illuminate. 

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GO. M— ^8GQ ©1^ ^© 00I30GQ 9^91; 
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legged. 

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shining. 
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Chaki 1: Paper kite, 

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9IGII — 6. Palm; middle of the palm; 

the depressed centre of the palm; 

hollow of the hand, 

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tained in the hollow of the palm. 
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§<l— The wooden rod which is thrust 
inside the lateral hole of the upper 
' mill stone and which is held by the 
hands while the mill is set in motion. 

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Chakigurda gp\ q@— Molasses made into round 
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#> I ajiw©— 6. Wondering. 
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Chakuliapanda. A class of low Brahmans, 

living by begging. 

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Chako 1. Space travelled by a wheel in one 

circuit. 

2. Mea&uring as much space as is occupied 
by a man sitting on the ground. 

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Chakoa J Chakua ( See ) 

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QGQ^ — The red-iegged or Himalaya 
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the greak Patridge (a gallinacious bird). 

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5^3 > I 3Q§^i-^2. Walking round a things 

^ ^v: making circuit; circumambulation. 

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Chakorakhaiba 1. To feel dizziness in the 

WtH^ head. 

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a horse perform a wheeling motion. 

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4. To make the horse run over a large 

circuit' 

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Chakkarapardia Race-ground; a field for horse 

race, 

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Chakkala Circular; round. 

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Ohakra ©5j*l*-i-L The shel drake (bird). 

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3. Cycle; vehicle; a wheeled conveyance, 
v I 9I©©9 — 4. Cycle of time. 

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9. A cycle of years. 
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\t I ^—11. Circle. 
*J I G9IB9— ^12. Sphere. 
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V* I ©31919 3^ — 15. A sharp circular 

weapon (disc) of offense* 
K$ I 09909; ©QQ— 16. An aggregate of 

many villages; a village union for 
revenue administration purposes. 

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tion; assemblage. 
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disc. 
TQ I ©Wm9: ©SI9JQ GTOig?IIG99 — 

19. A circular battle-array. 
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20. Province; district. 

M l ^©*t— 21 Kingdom; realm. 
J> I ©991^ — 22. Estate. 

>** I ^§©@ — 23. Zodiac; astronomical circle. 
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^* I QOCt «3tfi|— 25. Oil mill. 

J9 I 9*; ©Q*i G9fa©: 2© — 
26 Fraud; crooked contrivance; deception. 

27. A plot for mischief; conspiracy. 

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convolutions or spiral marks found in 

Salagrama or the sacred stone of the 

' ' ' Hindus. 

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troop of soldiers, 

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for worshipping a deity. 
*9 I GSIQ Q|Q — 37, The winding of a river. 
*r I GQ»1; QC^OIQ— 38- Magic; jugglery. 

39. (astrology) A particular constella- 
tion in the form of a hexagon. 
wo 1 s[Q—4i. Interest. 

»t i qs>%» G«fa§ 9S31 ai»9q€»— 

41. Administrative department of a state. 

wj l9j6alQa OSIQIQ CQ«|— 42. Circular 

lines in the palm of hand and heel* 

**S& G9. P— ^ t OW* (N«) 

1. Chakrabandha (See) 

? I (OQQ QSM^Q) ©*»IQ S9t— 2. A circular 
mark of sandal-paste on the body. 

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an I q@i qft-rS- Kite. 

O* giq efllG© QOIQ «», _. 

w 1 ©a* aaiQGft ©S QQ Sjsw w— 

4. A kind of whirling fire-work. 
5. Any intricate matter. 

Ghakra uttucda kariba q<^iq €|£> €J a^ Qfll 

(09 €191991— ««*%a) «W— To protect a person 

from danger by extending the discus over him. 

Chakraka 1. (Logic) Arguing in a circle. 

3. A kind of serpent, 
e. W.— ©©I — Circular; wheels haped. 

Chakrakaraka 1- Iron nail 

> \ qa«0€M— 2. A kind of perfume. 

• i W>Q e$ ( §• w«i )— 

3. Einger-nail of the hand. 


Chakrakeli A kind of Oria musical tune. 

See notes under Raga 

Chakragapdu A round pillow 

Chakragati 1- The motion of a wheel; rotation, 

revolution of a wheel. 

2. Circular movement, 

©$qg--e- 9— «caiQ eta — 

Chakraguchha The Asoka tree, 

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Chakrachara ©S QQ Sfi.SP*' — 

Whirling; moving in a circle. 

1. A juggler; a magician. 
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A round jewel in a diadem. 

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Chakrani 

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Ohakradaiiishtra Hog. 

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Chakradanda A kind of physical exercise. 

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Chakradanti DantI ( See ) 

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9 I 3191$ 98 aw— 2. Wheeled, 
ff. 9. ( Q$gl@ )-— v J 9|j^-l. Bishpu. 
> I qei— 2. King, 

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^ I S£i — 4. Serpent; snake, 

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*» 1 ga^Gera ( §. aoaiaej )— 

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GQ. ^. q? — GQQQi fflfl— Name given to males. 

ChakradhSrS -■ 1. Periphery of a wheel, 

■* IAV?°^ Q\\ tf#o a©|fi?1 q^gQ Q9© 

■sa%»9Qifl8 «rc» .wa gg— 2. Name of 

an astronomical treatise. 
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Chakranakh^ v Nakhi ( See ) 

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Gandaki nadi ( See ) 

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Chakranabhi OOQ G»8«l— "'Phe name of a wheel. 

ChakranSm'& t "| 999ft "QST— 1- Ruddy goose. 

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titdP 59^ Sli§9 ^1^—2. A pyritic oxe 

of iron (Apte) 

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ChaKranSyaka 1. Leader of a troop. 

> I ^Q^SlGS'Sj 9«W2. ^ kind of perfume, 

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Chakranemi , * The periphery of a wheel. 
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Chakrapani , ^. : . One who holds a discus; 

holding a discus in the hand. 
ST- $. Q? — $& — Bishnu. 

GO- 9. q°— G<3QQ 9lfl — Name given to males. 

qtoiS woiqo— G9. 9— asifl ctfcwaCisfl ©G^l 

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* 1 9Ci«£j — 3. Horizon. 

* I ^— 4 - Circle. 

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Chakrabarda Chakrabala (See) 

C9. o.— o^flgQ-, ^sanqgo— 

The halo of the sun or moon. 

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* 1 GdlQOtQ — ^* Sound; circular. 
e- «-— t I COS*— I- Oilman. 

j 1 wi* - 2. Emperor. . 

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* 1 cafqfiio* a^s^Gfii'a (§. spsiiqq )— 

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"■^' v I m-, 9®s ^3; 9<g— 

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69. W—fl§»WlQ— Circular. 

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weapons of Bishnu which are stamped 

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* 1 q|g?j ggioi- — 3. A snake charmer. 

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cumambulation. 

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Chakria 1. Conspiring. 

-> I S9I99— 2. Cheating; deceitful. 

G>©9— ST. 9«. 4 Q - ( W+Q9 ) — 9WKI— 

Chakrika Armed with discus. 

$. $ — t I 9% — -1. Fraudulent; cfevice. 

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2. A person armed with the discus. 
0§9I— 3. 9. 41. ( 999 + ?a )— 

ChakriUa t | a«a^ 6«l$ 919 91 99—1- The 
circular bone at the knee joint; kneebone. 

> I 9IO — 2.jEnee. 

m I 9§; 991—3. Heap. 
ts ( qq— 4. Troop; crowd. 
* I 6391 W — 5. A troop of soldiers. 
©§6l1- 69. 9. ( 980+9 )— sef— 
Chakrini Chariot. 

e.?6 3«l. *J— 99l9 q]fiW — 
Feminine of Chakri. 
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Chakribana Chakri ( See ) 

©$q— e. 5«. 4 Q . ( 98+oq )— 

Cbakriya gg<S9l»69 Q9aiQ oSg9l— 
(99£§-: 3i1) Going or travelling in a carriage. 


0$1— ' g. V. i°. ( 09+0% ifll. 19. )— * I 98 — 
Chakri 1. Bishnu- 

(09 rfl— 41) 9 I 8^919—2. Potter. 
*» I 991$ — 3. Emperor, 
u I 9Q — 4. Serpent; snake. 
* I 99919 Qsal — S. Ruddy shel-dr&ke. 
9 i 6©£* — 6 - Oilman. 
*> I 9ITOQ— 7. Juggler. 
r I ggOQj qQQl— 8 - Informer; spy. 
ti I 919—9. Crow. 
V« I CtcfQ — 10. Ass. 
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11. Provincial Governor. 

V I giflQ 46969 (8- Q99l€l€l) — 

12. The priest of a whole village. 

1* I 99$i *I§S! 699 (8. €199199) — 

13. A male goat. 

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15. Tinisa ( See ) 

19 1 QeJtcq^ 9*<§ (g. «Miaet)— 

16. A person who rides on a car. 

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9Qr9 9IQ96a"a (g. €lS?gi€IQ)— 

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ir I (9Q6€l«19^ a©6Gp aa«|ia<99 3^f 699- 

fla^<i9 (8. «9?iieiQ)— 

18. Name of a musical tune. 

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f 1 99^1*33 — 2 Armed with a discus. 

* I 6€li^9l9— 3 - Circular; round, 
v 1 qo9 — 4 Indicative, 

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Ghakrikarana §y| C9IQQQI G9fa3 9g ( £19 *I9 ) 
<©$1$©— 9$) % G«IN 9Q9I — To form into a 

circle; to make circular. 

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Chakriban ^ | ciqq— "1. Ass. 

^ I 9fl9&ra ('g<j09l9 ) — 

2. Fame of a king. 

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Ghakreswara t | qqft— 1. Emperor. 

3. Provincial Governor. 

v I 9319 $|»pgf— 4. District officer, 

* I 9f — 5* Bishiju. 

9 I 9I<?9 318919 CWW|IQ1— 
6. The presiding Deity of a mystic cirole 

of the Tantrikas. 

9& (ai$)-^$T— t 1 G9IQ9I; 9§9I— 
•Chaksb (root) 1, To speak; to tell; to say. 
>f «HQ9I— 2 To eat. 

* I ^391 — 3. To taste. 

* I G9&9J — 4. To see; to perceive. 

* j ©qia- 9Q9I — 5. To abandon; to leave. 

9flS1— e- 9* ( OS ai^+siQ ) — 

Chakshana t I ( + q9. H9 ) 939 — 
1. Speaking. 
^ I ( +99. SO ) OtS — 2. Sauce; chutney. 

* i 999 fi^yswai^ta ^oeqoe 9g; .«i«*i— 

3. A relish; a sweet thing taken by the 
winedrinker after drink. 

* I Sj.9 W* 91 9_aiQ§ 9Q9IQIQ* <3& ^991— 

4, Bating of a relish to promote appetite. 

* 1 ( +Q9. .219 ) ^qj9l~5. Tasting. 

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6. A look of favour. 


Chakshama *. | qsqj^ qj$g© — 1. Bruhaspati, 

-> i Qaiaisj ( §. wkigiq )— 

2. Teacher; pedagogue. 
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Chakshu Cbakshuh ( See ) 

9S»— ff. 9. (Qfl at^+Qg )— a I (+994*. $q ) aS ; 
Gh h k shub 9£[9; 9QQ9Q q — 1 . Eye . 

>_ I (+§j9. B9) <J%— 2. Sight; vision; look. 
" I 99l3§ — 3 The faculty of sight. 

4. Lustre; radiance; splendour, 
+ 1 3IGQ9— 5. Light. 

:$> I ?J99la9€l1^ q.%9I^T qj» 6 9£hW 9©i ; 
9|JWj€fll§ ^91959^ — 6. Kame of a 
king of ancient India. 
9 I 2109 9S1 — 7 The river Oxus. 

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Chakshu^patha ? | Q^ej 5ll?!l — 

(9@iej— 2J9*t^a) 1- Range of vision. 

5 i 99919; 9CI9CJ— 2 Horizon. 

©amtoi— s. 9 ( #><|1 9©; os8+eil9i ) — 

Ghakshubpirda nQ §991; «8q et|€991 — 

(Oaitel — SIQi^ja) ' Pain in the eye. 

OQ«g1©— e- 9— G9fa§ ^QQ 9| G9§QigiQ 9^ 
Chakshiijipriti n<^Q — Pleasure derived from 

seeing a beautiful thing. 

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Ghakshu^sala G9^9I 9*i§9 99G9 9% 9<1 — 

1. (fig) An eyesore- 
3 I QgaoiQI — 2. Pain in the eye. 

e. m (Qgsia*) sai^t g9cjg^ 9% 919 j^ewQ 

^g]Q^^-_Yery unpleasant or offensive 

to look at. 


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(OS8$Qi — SIGHQQ) Chaksbuberabali (See). 

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(OQIQO, oas&^d The throbbing of the eyelid; 

oai^Qei— a^QQ) involuntary vibration of the 

**~ different parts of the eyelid, 

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©ifl ^$% G99I— To test the truth or 

otherwise of a report (heard) about a 

thing or person by actually seeing the 

thing or person. 

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Chakshu karnnara bibada mentib£ 9&Kj^©S6Q 
^*tffafiWfiSt GQSQI^iq «ll 0211 SGGF G9«l 

92119 SlSSa* 9QQI99 G9Q*— 

Reconciliation or the hearsay report 

with the actual facts by visual teat, 

©flGQHWI— 69. $ -®$ 6WKWI— 

Chakshu kholiba To open one's eyes. 

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, (figurative) Becoming alive to the reality. 

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Ohakahugochara 9£G^19Q (G9^) 

Chakshurgoohara (See). 


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Chakshndana Ghaksburdana (See) 

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Chakshu pirda Ohakshu^ pirda (See) 

ofl^QQ— q. 9— (oq«+eqa)— oyjL9iai 9^91 g^q. 

Chakshuroga G9^QhI^ — Eye disease (M. W) 

(oqeqa-ao'i^Q) 

Chakshurgoohara ^ I <^|GCII9Q — 1. Coming 
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^ ! G9AII aiQ99l — 3 - Visible. 

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Chakshurgrahana A morbid affection of the eye 
9S9I9— «t. 9— (^ql ®% 988+919) — V 1 99fll 9! 
Chakshurdana ^agG^ICl ?iq «^ 9% 9 §% 
SJ^tlQ 9QQI-— 1» Restoration -of lost eye- 
sight by treatment. 
> I G9$ 99SUQ 9SG9 Qfir S9Q M9IQ fll«- 
QQ^I 9991; ©§919— 2. The ritual of 
painting the eyes of an image and 
infusing life into it. 

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Chakshurbandha ^ | «i3eQ-«t«e€l%9 9I$9I — 
1909^9 — «OMQ) ' !• Putting of a blind over 

the eyes 

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2. Blinding the sight by charms. 
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Chakshurbishaya 9q9G€HOQ; 99^ 9g — 

Thing seen by the eye; object of sight 
$f. 9^1 — 9^fclQ — Perceivable by the eye; 

perceptible, 

9flA»r-?. 9. (9$ ««j Q€_8+a9)~a»§9 ©wq— 
Chakdhurmala The excretion of the eye; 

rheum of the eye. 

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Chakshurlajja G3IW9- ^9 ^GSl^; «flq «109^ 
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presence of a gentleman. 


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Chakshushkarnjia $G — Serpent (M. W.) 

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Chakshushpati SsN (§. <a$9IQ©) — The sun. 

csilgn— e. 9,— os8 0I91 (eoa) 

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Chakshusbroatta • 1. The faculty of sight 

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2. Keen eye- sight. 

* 11% €<qi8 0l99l*-3 Clear vision. 
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Ohakshushman §>zjg 3193169 9+3 §& V 69^) — 
■' : l«l««i— qjj * I 919161 cs3 ae—L Having eyes. 

2. Having clear eyesights; clear-sighted. 
*» I SI9IQ gsQO^«!$aS — 3. Keen sighted. 

* i ai9i9 9% a§ a§ - 

4, Endowed with the faculty of sight- 

^assn— g. wi (*©«ra+89ief. a )— <> i oasj §«»q— 

'.Chakshushya 1. Beneficial to the eye. 

$0; 3 £j 99*9 — 2. Soothing to the eyes; 
pleasing to the eyes 

3. Beautiful; good-looking. 

4. "Wbolbsome for the eye-sight, 

#. 9 — * i «0@ QIQ* 9$ 9 — 1- Collyrium. 

j 1 $aiCtQ — 2. Pandanus Odorafcissinus; the 
* screwpine (M. W.) 

* I wias— 

3, Hyperanthera Moringa (tree) (M. W.) 

4. A kind of small shrub <M. W,) 

9£j«ll— S. 9*. 3,1 (©»a«l + «ll)— 98S19 qJ$GF — 
Chakshushya Feminine of Cbakshushya. 

3. 9. ^1 — «. I W3 $l — 1. A graceful woman. 


9 I 4Q£)9l'Q 9§ ft — 2. A kind of collyrium. 
* I QmQQ — 

3. Panclanus Odoratissinus (M. W.) 

9©qei-g. 9 (ess r- qa; s@gq V oigq '*«')— 

Ohaksburaga ^ | qqq Q^q| — 1. Redness of the 

eye. 

2. Painting the eye-lids with collyrium etc. 
S. Cha'ksbu>'prifiXSee) (M. W.) 

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Chaksburoga OJCQ *St') CWpSqa— 

©i|€^ct~2IQHqa) Disease of the eye. 

0«OI — giSQ. (3^fi»iQ) ©—^€1^11; ^99! GSIGII «?|— 
Ckakhna A thing which is eaten by licking. 

Chakha Whetting of weapons. 

Chakbanrda Cbakunola ( See) 

Chakha Tasting- 

©g GWlei§ a^ia r eil<30l§* — 1. Tasting 
everytbing but not eating anything. 

e^Qi3K— 2. One who, pretending to 
purchase different foods exposed for 
sale after ascertaining which is good 
and which is bad tastes different 
articles, but goes away without pur- 
chasing anything.. 

9Q^QeQ o a^ ens o giq 91a q% via 
9GQ 6 ^ oifl^ ^qoq €^Ss9Q a?> 

qo — 3. vterm of abuse) A person who 

does not stick to any particular thing 

or profession; a fjack of all trades. 


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^CT*T 91 TOflQ GWI — 2. To permit or cause a 

(OS'SQ^t — «IG>1%9) person to taste a thing, 

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Chakhachakhi lJTasting of many things. 

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^ITdfa 2. Causing each other to taste 

anything. 

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©$ll©3— 3. Tasting of each other's 
strength or might, 
v 19919$ G99 — 4. Dispute. 
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(two p^rsonsy Engaged in tasting each 

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Chagal QQQOI— 1- "[Instability; 

g ^^g& restlessness; fickleness. 

j i s^G^iGSIQ — 2. Inattention. 
GQ. 93 — i I eig Q — 1. Restless. 

J i saGQIGSIQl — 2, Inattentive. 
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VI ©8© 9©j ©8©— Fickle. 
scnss^rar J I *JgQ — 2. Eestless. 

CQ. 9. — i I ElgQQI — 1. Restlessness! 
J I «©?OOI— 2. Uncertainty. 
OGMMffl— G9. 9-— * i $.1$— 1- Wickedness. 
Chagalapana > i ag*Q9l — 2; Restlessness; 

(©CKaaSaT— «Q t l%a) fickleness. 

^^^ TT fi * I SWG^IGSIWI— 3, Inattentiveness 


OQQ— 6Q. M. 4°. ( e- ©ao=a^i «. G>Q», SL Q * 8- 
Chagaia 0C19^=©^5; ST. OCT^^ia ) — 

fefe^JT? g gg^l T 1. Fickle; of unstable mind. 

fa&fwT ) i qGOiGaict^O; aflGoiGaial — 

(©cisa— 3,1) 2- Inattentive; of wandering 

OQQ J mind 

oaQaS^fl > §> *>l $sji — 3. "W"icked; naughty. 
G9Q9 J v i 2llQ — 4. Restless. 

5. ( mind ) Diver ted|from the act or 
thought in hand. 

OQR20— flIGQ. ( 9H^qS ) 9«— 0€»Q; «aQ— 
Chagalia Restless, 

. €>geQQ9|— G9. §— (AG?) «aQQQ9l 91 OSQ Oft9l- 
Ohagaleiba To divert ( one's attention ) to 

allow one's mind to rove, 

©QQI— SIG9. .(WWfi*) S — ^. I SBGQfltfOfilPli QQ^l^ 
Chaghiba 1. To ride; to ascend. 

> I «9Gq^^ QQ9I— 
2. To descend to alight; to get down. 

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Chankaiba «. I <" Q 9I 5*qiQ 5f©^ %a— 
trj^ I Jausative of Chankiba. 

^T^WT 9 I qSWIi fllOOjO WQ9I— To dis- 

(©GSTQQI — SOI^a) place; to cause to budge. 

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jf^l To budge; to move a little, 

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Chankuna ,\ \ { ^9. ^ ) gft8 ^08 Q3Q.9Q9I — 

1. Going repeatedly, repeated movements^ 

2. Chankura ( See ) 

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A I CII9— 2. Carriage. 

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( QQ9I— «QM^Q ) Q,fld — 1 Moving about. 

3 I sflGQ alGQ qps qpt a»-2. Slowly 
moving up and down; coming and going. 

"" I %P* $P* %®® — 

3. Eoving about. 
v I QWIQ OQ^I— 4. Repeated whirling. 

* I S^SkS — 5. Walking. 
9 I flftQflfl — *>. Travelling. 
9 l al^asi — 7. Slow movement. 
r l Q§ aw— 

8. Going crookedly or fcortuonsly. 

4 I ^| — 9. Leap; jump; spring. 

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Changra €>€«) - «W3 O^QlSsfi ©IQ— 

A square tray. 

Changa s>©*^ aa» QGQ «A© ©5 *W ai<51Q 

1 I qpQ—1, Beautiful; handsome. 

$ I Qfli efo— 2. Clever; fit for work. 
«o t qg— 8. Healthy; hale and hearty. 

J I eai<9l» €?Q1— 2. Warrior; soldier. . 

W gq^.-t- v t oeffl 9«W «P W -9» qwQ 9»q-- 
^*n 1 . A gold or silver, bracelet on which 

figures have been wrought. 
j I qqq — 2. Fright; startling. 

• i asaiQ no $€r%<ia Q£r— 3 - 0ne of the 

8 colours of the ganjapa cards. 

4. Highly pitched tune of guitar. 

GQi W .-(«r. OCW)— <* ia&Q— i Bestless. 

> \ ^CrQ— ** Active. 
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s* - v *■ Paper kite. 

Cfcanga changa heb5 1. To become restless. 

5^ ciioa so asro a»9isi w gqq sq, *iftCG a§*M$ ^'a 


2. To look uneasily to this side and that* 

G»GG?a)-CQ. w. a°.— («• asp)— ^ I «a«; «w- 

Chahgachangia 9g« ©Q— 1. Unsteady; restless; 
5JHF51; ^OTl fickleminded. 

^y;' qks fy ^ | 1QQ— 2. Handsome; charming. 

3. Spirited and healthy, 
v | 69 SWI Q^V— 4. Hartlish. 

Changarga Changra ( See ) 

Q&l«— OT. 9- ( $♦ OGSPQ©; ^I^Ol )— 
Changari 9l€f<l6%l€eQ — 

5^ft Bamboo basket. 

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Changi Changu ( See ) 

Changima Beauty; grace. 

Changimarda Chahgumarda ( See ) 
QGf—€9. 9. (m. Qflt v )— <JQg«IQ ^WQIQh) «ist— 
Changu A kind o£ drum. 

©fiffll©— €9. 5— OfifWH QQIQQI5 qflffllQ— 
Changumarda Beating of the (ohangi) drum. 

o^Q-gtc^. ( ^Q4Q > §• ( SL ft - 8- ©€€t9 )— 

ChadgharS OSfq ( W« ) 

Changr5 ( See ) 

©©§>— €9. 9. ( Qfiroi%«?90; wi«5?^* 5— 

Chachchar^i Q<$Q%; agQI ©«!«!> *^ QSISS^ 
B^ft 9^Q-A kind of curry. 

Chachchapu^a A kind of musical measure (M.W) 

Chachoha Father's younger brother; junior 

. u paternal uncle. 


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Chachhu 1. Eye. 

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g^ 3 1 QQ9IQ G8— 2. The eye of an image. 

OftOlO — fill. © (3- QQjSfo)— ©9J3MQ (W«) 

Chachhudana Tachchhudana (See). 

Cbachhupaiba" The painting of the eye and 

consecration of the image 
of a deity. 

«©)— G9. © (3. «© ai$)— ©91* SW* $£[S9€fo— 

Chaja Threatening* 

QQIG©— G9. Q. 6 9d— H6GW1GQ G£{ OT*l€9qk 
Chajachaji ©Qt©9 — Threatening each other, 

q©s>i-g<h>. $". ( s. ©c c ai^)-*i OWl) awicroi; 
Chajiba &©9 9Q9£: $q G93IQ9I - To threaten, 

7 1 Qftfll 9Q9! — 2. To reprimand. 

0©q aqsiq Q ^ ' GC WQ l flfil *$& SP>^ 

q«gq% egoi— 69. 9 . ( 3. ©sf aiqt 6 s. et )— 
Chajimarkati heba ££JG9<3IQ 9W9 QS) €1991 91 
1 ®$tM^1 GStQTIQ. GOTl^-To threaten and fret 

SE WH I, ^fRST like an ape. 

Q8 (ai^L)— «— t 1 «$ 9Q9I— 1. To move - 

Chanch (root) ^ | gg Q G99I— 2. To be restless. 

* 1 G1IQ9I — 3. To eat. 

u I 9QQ9I — 4. To dangle about; to shake. 

* I G©Q*9li %99l— 5. To jump; to leap. 
99 _g. q. ( ©a ai§ + a )— * i GtlGQQi QiqTaa— 

Chanoha - 1. Basket. 

J I ailSfQfllQ— 2. A measure of length 

equal to 5 fingers. 
«■© — fill. 9— $a*£>l — Crooked-ness. 

Chanchaka o§g { G<W — TaRohaka (See) 


ChaBchat £|s> ) — « | Qir« 5 «j§Q — 

(OJj.g — ^1) 1. Unsteady; restless. . 

f I CIQdlfi) — 2. Moving. 

<p I GQI9Qfl91 — ^- Waving; oscillating. 

Chanchatka 1. Leaping; jumping. 

•> I 2)Q^9I — 2. Trembling; shaking. 
« 1 filQ ^q^QI— 3. Moving. 
is | ag Q — 4. Restless. 

Q%Q— GQ. a— OftOff ( GQGI ) 
ChaEchan Chanchan ( See ) 

Chatiohaputa t 1 <* 991Gi «B9^> 919 s )— 
1. A kind of drum. 

> I QtfJLS ( G^"3I ) 
2, ChaHchuputa ( See ) 

om— Q- *- V- < OQ a| SL ^^9* ^S ^l%+9|. 
ChaHohara B; G9 H WGQ Q!Qq,(Q §oq^i ©g^)- 

(OlQI-^-^l) ^9Q — Large black wasp. 

oasa!— e/9. *1. ( ©H!Q+tfi )— gsq— 

ChaScharini A she-bee» 

€>iQ— 3*. 9. 9f- ( OtQ+Qff; Wl.* ^9 ) — Qfl^ — 
CharTohari A male large black wasp. 

«. 9- 9J. (©SQ+fii )— 

< ! 3^ — 1. A female large black wasp. 

J I ^GO^} G$l£l SWqG9 G9IQQ9I «i|o ( §. 

W5IQQ )— 2. A class of songs sung 

during the Holi festival. 

GW19— 3. .9. 1°. ( G9 ai%«-90Q« 9Q9I ; q^8 qg8 

Chancharlka zq^q %&S)Qty q^q ai%+9(J. $$ ; 

98^9(7 ao fl GS3 q,OTW ©9«G9j9l9«ll9 ^>€>Q^l 
CW J ^ 9GQ )— 1 I QSQ; gflQ— 

1. The black wasp. 

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STQ ^QGQ Q^9I <!© SfflQ afll — 
3 Humming bird. 

GWUQ©— ST. 9. ( ^ql ©$.; ©TO9+09Q1 ) — 
Chancharikabali v ! 9flQ GS^il — 1. A vow or 

number of black bees. 


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6 <1Q q%9^ai<J I g. 3QW19 I ] 
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Chanchaia ©g» ai%+©$. si) — t i a$al9 — 
(08QI— tf) 1. Moving. 

QV&QI 7 J \ ag Q— 2. Restless; unsteady; 

O^ J fickle; unstable. 

* * I WWjfOj «alQ— 3. Capricious. 

* | Q3Q — 4. Hasty. 

* I aQ$9l— 5. Trembling; tremulous. 

•>? I Q%$>; <MJfl9l— 6- Shaking; oscillating. 
9 I ^51©— 7 - Quick; brisk, 
r | §©QQ— 8. Moving, shifting. 
<J I GQ^a-^Covetuous. 
lo I fift&fc— 10. Adulterous. 

* U €>$!&©; ^QQS— H- AnxiouS 

3 [ 639« Qigi QI€IQ— 2. Lover. 

* i G}§Q Q^— 3. A libertine. 

Capriciousness. 
^OITC) ©so » a§iSQ> 


6Q. 9 ■ ©^1— QlS^ 9Qft~ ^^ 

ChaTSchalachitta 1. Unsteady 

(08M61— 4j > I «Wa©-©$— 
(0*3©^—*) 2. Restless; fickle-minded. 

• 1 QQ Q— 3. Anxious. 

ChafSchalachetab OSQ©^ ( GQ«1 ) — 

Chafichalachitta ( See ) 

Chatichftlanayana q&Q TO*— 1- Moving eye. 

2. Unsteady glance. 

5(91 — Looking here and there. 


©8©g$©— st. 9* (99^ e)— ©a <aqQ«8 a^Q— 

•Chanchalaprakiuti Of restless or changing 

nature. 

Chartchalaprakiutika Chanchalaprakiuti (See) 

©BftflQU— ST. W. ( 9^6; ©*Q+»«t; Wl. *9 )— 
Chanchalamana 1 ,! r. | ©$&©§) ( G93) — 

1. ChafichaJLachitta (See) 

s 1 ©t»g$Q ( G9<H )— 

ChalTchalaprakiuti (See) 

qS»I— e. «tf. %1 (OSQ + ai) — ©8£)Q til QSf— 

ChatTchaja JTeminine of Chanchaia. 

1. Eestless; hasty; fickle-minded- 
? I ft^OQ^l — 2. Adulterous; unchaste. 
• I 9G£»I— Evershifting; changing. 
e. ©- t 1 99j©— 1. Lightning. 

3 t S»^1 — 2. Lakshmi; goddess of fortune. 

g q C9IQ <? Q§9i% sisters <fi ^1^ g9iq^i® i ] 

CQ. ^». d— ilCCaQQr QIQ-Name given to 

females, 
6Q. W.S]— Q«01 (OT«) Chaflchall (See) 

ChaSohaliS & §j£Q Q|fl-i QGQ— Very active; of 

\©8€»«i— *1) active habits - 

©9^0 — «• $$— ( OSft QTOI^+9^. ©)— o%&m 

ChaHchalita nQ§® ®%^9I; Q». Wft©, ©QQS)^ 

©^© €9ftg«l; 69l9fiifl9l— Shaking; 

trembling; oscillating. 

Ghanchali Q|Q H QGGJ— 1- ®* active habits; very 

active (woman) 
3 I 6>GW— 2. Not lazy; brisk. 
©aGftCJQI— fllW. («I?BI») 3-— 6<?1«9 «?ia^ qIq 
* Chaflchaieiba 9Q9I— To do anything quickly. 
OlGOe-W- ^^>. ^1 -©Ml (W«Q— Charlchali ^See) 
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ChaHcha WQ 91 G9I9I — 1- Stool made 'of 

wickerwork. 

> 1 Qi€g*€J 910 ©3o coqo. c^. qoq ; «SQQ — 
2. Mat made of reeds. 

*> I ( G9§>^_ €IQ|O f 919 2H9<5L ^ G9SIQ9) 
m$% 9h9§9 ) OIO qnglGQ 0«J flTOri" 
<$Q 9)^—3. Scare-crow. 

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ft^fe t I 9$£l 9l$Sf I OOgQ q©| ©IS* 2A9I99 9<5Q. 
3tt5& €L| — -I. A net-like thin bark at the root 

of a oocoanut branch. 

? 1 aaeiw «wwfc ©o© 6©ifl© tiqja— 

2. The newly hardened stone of a newly- 
developed mango fruit. 

ttel * I ( %, ©sei ) ©l|QI- ©fl— 
^T3R 3. Scraping. 

69. W. ( 3- 09^ )— 1 I TOI £99% GC10IQ 
Oil aia; ©31 — 1- Scraped of the bark, 

ftfl > 1 ©acf $9 ^a% «ara w 091 cwmki— 

2. ( land ) From which grass has been 
£*>*' :: scraped off. 

» I CIIOQGQS — 3.§A~term of abuse. 

©s— *. q. ( ©* ai^—»«ia©i«©©*q. sai9i$iq sal 

Charlchu fliQi g93l 96Q ) — 

t I QfllQ £Mi— L Bill or beak of a bird 

> I .Q§<Q«Jj ©W* GQQSItCia; ©IQ €1903 

( 9Qi^ ) — 2_The red variety castor 
^ seed plant. 

«n l q«. 9§a — 3. Deer. 

V |9«l9C©99*©9l-C©g9l©aiei (g.«OTI«cO— 
4. A kind of pot-herb coming out during 

, the rains. 

G9. 9 — ©81 ( G9G1 ) — Chancba ( See ) 

Chanchuka Beak. 

oaqj— sr. 9. (%a© ©*iq% ©y-«s)- aata $p a^i 

OhaHohuputa ^ €9IQ^I «Qg 1 *"" The bil1 of a 
bird when shut; the cavity enclosed by 
the upper and the lower beaks of a bird. 

ChaHchuprahara q«9l 91 a«&€Q 91891; Qfli 

C11QQ! — A peck with a beak. 


Chatfchubhxut Bird, 

Ofljs)— e. w. ( ©9 V ai^L— aflo 9^91 +o«j[, gjQ )— 

Chanchura qq. ^g^ — Active; clever; expert; 

( 09^—^i ) skilful. 

fj. ^ — -<3©3QIQ €IICI — A kind of potAerk 
©8^—9. il. ( O^Q+Q )*"9l^lOCQQ— 
ChalTchuri Tailor - b ird . 

^ag©— e. 9. (9?9l§i oaj-a©)— ^ 1 9i^i©e9Q— 

Charlohusachi 1. The tailor bird, 

> I QIQ^9 sal ( 8- OTSHCIQ )— 
2. A kind of gander. 

|— *. 9— OS A ( €9«l) 

ChaSchu Chanchu ( See ) 

qq^qq. § 6 3«. ( 3- OS «I9 )r-08l ( G93 ) 

Charlchha Ohancha ( See ) 

QglQQI— 69. 3— «t? 91 @qifii 3©g^a— 

ChafTchhaiba Causative of ChalTchhiba. 

Q^( ai% )— *•— V I €Q9 9€19I— 

Chat v root ) 1 . To pierce. 
J I §S#9I— 2. To break, 

• I 9a«Q9l— 3. To kill. 

v I @°SII 9€l9l— *• To injure. 

* I fl& 9Q9I— 5. To rub. 

9 I qa^OTOI— 6. To separate. 
9 I fcOl9IQ9l— 7. To cover. 
r l £T%|£i9l— 8, To split. 

©$- 60. «. ( * «Wi ^ 0^Q + 03O )— 
Chat t I SI© alg— L Presently. 
^& ^ I &t%Q; 81* — 2 Immediately; sharp. 

^3 « lO^ft — 3. Quickly. 

GGIIQIO Q\Q Q.Q9<Z\ QW 9lfl Q^^gSlGQ I 

04Q0— flICQ. ( «WQ1Q ) 9— OS9«1l — 
Chatkan Slap. 

©*0Q— 69. 5* - 9^'— «i€> alQ } S$9 ; St Q 9 — 
Chatkari Immediately; at once; instantly; 


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■BTWfe 1. Chat ( See ) 

q*<|£ ; i ( a©i©9Q<a ) Q§IQ ©3GQ *9 <3€9r3 €!9- 

2. Sound produced by the strapping &f a 

razor, 

y I -»J5 38Q-^-2. Briskly; quickly. 

Qt — € q. q. ( g. &%i )—k i a©; G9iq> «*i — 

Chata 1. Gunny bag; sack clotfi. 

E& J I ©GSQj «©«!— 2. Mat. 

9E, st* aiw. ( es»«i9<5 6 9im*$ ) §— 

Q$\t — Jute. 
€9. «— ©S ( G9* ) 
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Chataka <a©©feil OSQQ- Sparrow. 

©S99i ) * 9iQ gqq 9i aai— 

6^ 1. Hankering after a thing once tasted; 

^ZJSfi craving for a food once tasted. 

2. Grandeur; splendour; glamour. 

©9fl©*G»G§G> C9Q Q$ <KQ ©I© - 

; • $9iq. QldQ$qi 

<*> I filial S© %©*^-3, Relish. 

Chatakana A slap, 

^ qisq o*«ei «iw sift efliaf 

qsicj. cil©«§q \ 

©$©S— gq. ©-ea% 3*91; w~ 

Chatakani ' Slight filafv. 

©$9«— €9. Q—K I CSNToQCQ Bflll 91 Qgl Q?SQ §«-- 
Chataka la 1, Gunny making machine. 

dtethlfr g * 2. Gunny bag factory. 

©$9 RQIQ9I^G9. '"$— €<5R 'G9«tQ 9a-9Q9i— 
Chataka lagSibS To captivate by making a 
5Tr$ &Thffa person taste a thing once. 


©$9QQ©I— C9. 9— COQ QtQi— 

Chataka lagibS Hankering after a thing once- 
5^»Tf?t1 tasted. 

©$©l -ST. 9.%l.— (0*Q + «)— 1 1 ai§Q9©S«l©G®Q- 
Chataka 1. A hen-sparrow* 

> 1 88 ©1 9Q — 2. Root of long pepper. 

G9. M. (sr- ©8*—©% ©9iaQ ae&i) — 

t I GOafcl— 1. Flat 

gq^l 2. Even. 

€0. ©. (©W)— 9)»Sqq ^Q m €*I« ^QGQ «I9§© 
€€1|?< ©gf^l — Name of a mountain- 
spring in the Nilgiri state of Orissa. 
OtQIOQi— GQ $.—K I GOQtl QQQI— 

Chatakaiba 1. To flatten. 

3 I ©SIR9I — 2- To cause to lick. 

9$©igst— W. «.—««€«« — 

Chataika mukha A kind of weapon. 

QfcOiq^l— CQ W. V-- Qi^iQ q5 €©Q%I — 

ChatakSmuhaH Flat-faced, 

(QWiqtf— qj) 

0^9IQ— «T- W.— «t5©I; s©a§i — 

Chalakara Flat (Howells) 

Chatachata ©gft «o QOPIQ SO — 1- Sound of 

> , -. * (] 

^B§ fire setting into easily combustible materials. 

^asa -> i 9199 ^9gq sfl^ia ©Q9i ioGa^i'S]!©^ 

■ ■ 919 €19 — 2. Sound of slapping and of 

striking the arms on the ground. 

Qg $ qs« fl^l ^» °S «S I ^I'S V. fl^l9QS» 93 1 

■&W8 €Q. 9^.— tlOr©»; 2JOI9Q QG9i — 
faqftm Gummy; sticky. 

gq- 9. 3«. — 2iqqg^; ?ao©aa-- 

Without dealy; instantly. 

©*©*!— 3. «• ( ,»i©9Gl«) — «. I q$ ©»9I9 ©9 ©^ 
Chaltacbata €)9 — 1- Cracking of burning fire. 


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2. Clashing sound of weapons. 

ChatachatSyana Cracking 

■€^©§€0— G9. S«L— «$©* (G9«) 

Chatachatia Chatachata (See) 

Chatachata Chatachata (See) 

-0^8— cq. §.— ( 3- oa«l )— «*i wa, ^51, mti &9oi 

Chatani -cop q*| 3IQ 3SJ$ 9&QQ ciflgaiQ G$9i; 
61^ G*5[ — 1- Sauce; chutny; chutnee. 

/ 1 ($Mia) alQS^ Mi; «$«ngg 9I©1 — 

2. (fig) Witty saying; witticism wit 

and humour. 

«*fi MJ3I— G9.$*— ^ I 69f«8 a^ief^si? WthSQ 
Chatani karibS a€*SlS> QQQI — 1. To prepare 

sauoe by bruising. 

^d^^M l* ! 2. (figurative) To crush. 

CQ4CQ CjH9 CjgSt ^'I^OSS Gai Ofc3 SQG3Q i 

«$acw— flieQ. (aiwa) 9. ( < a«s $1? gqgs q%8 

Chatanipatra ©SHQ 9%?f9l% ) — as>2l atp — 

Coriander. 
G*@a*r fl£— flICQ. (ai©9S) O— a©ea — Coriander. 
Chatanipatra matiji 

<s*$iQ— s.M. <©*©— wjjwiesH-s aiSL+ g $- a )" 

. Chatatkara 213. % SQSIQQ — 

Making a slight slapping sound. 

3. 9. ( +QV». a )— B8£ SQ9CW — 
Low slapping sound, 

«««— «r- 9. ( o* ai%.+q9. ao )— ^ 1 sr*iQ<?i. 

Chatana eriGQQQi— 1. Splitting; cracking. 

^ I f«19 €9IQ qcF9QI— 
2. Falling to small pieces. 

<S*0$— 69. 3* ( «. <fQ )— ^?©i €l©«1g— 

Chatapata Swiftly; instantly. 


9^9f— GQ. 9—^ I (?T. O^)— G3Q S^a^GQ Q§lO 
Chatapati ^QG) Ql€>^ 9941 9GQ — 
5prt1^; 5W© 1- Barber's strop. 

^TlTl^; ^Trfet / 1 ^g— 2. Haste; swiftness. 

©sa§€0— GQ. «ei. q! 6 tJ. ( e. o^Q*-os»+a^)— 

Chatapatia v I a© G$S» — 1. Hasty. 
flN&tfl S I ^Q«— 2. Brisk; swift, 

0SQ8BQ— GQ- SJ— 0|a^ < GQfl ) 
Chatarapa^ara Cha^pat ( See ) 

QMffQGp— £HGQ. ( ««M ) S>— GqaeG^I^— 

Chatalaphirangi A kind of disease. 

9*1— GQ. 9— t I ( e. 0(M ) dNI »^— 
5t&l 1. Act of licking. 

*5T* 3 I ^qiQflie© 9I51910GQ 9I§^^ QI9M 91S>6Q 
Q«l 9l§««Q€l '86^ G^ 0%QI PIQQ G9I<?I 
- ^1Q ^Q^ia — -2. A flat piece of wood 
which the potters pat over a newly 
made unbaked earthen pot. 

[ <§— 9i§Q ©ftaiOGSi <N® 9i®9i^ *3g' aQai§ 
6 §§ qq^i a* w Q QaQai«^i 0*1919 ^a©is) 1 ] 

51^1 . G9. ?€!— V I G9 -«iG*— 1. Licking. 

^TF; srg ^ I ( die ) aC&lSw — *. ( a term of 

^abuse ) Licking- the food left by another. 

£|IW: (9*P) S. (G9IS>Ql^aiQGQ) aGQ 9l3©l— 

One stroke with the spade. 

(Ml— G9 SQGGi G9I§)GQ ©S»<] ?ilQQ I ) 

giG9. ( 0*Q > §^l— G9l?"9l^a<? 2iGQ 9l£ta* 

G&IQ «1% «qi». fl^ — (earth) Which will 

withstand one stroke of a spade. 

( 9211 — A 3GWQ QSIfllf 3QI21 1 ) 

giGQ. (g^Q^^ 90. <?. Otl) Q.— 1 1 q«, €«J|a- 

1. Anger; rage , 
> I 3Q9I— 2 - Being angry. 

giG9. W«W9S) 3— o^_( G9« ) 

Chardu ( See ) 

giGQ. (Qaoas) G«a— v 1 Goatij o*qi— 

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(sjeji — o*i %m oi© oi© q^q3 i ) 
'©*tQ— w. o-( *. o%j-5«aiww «n»i os=^ 

Chatai Q^llQO)— Q^IIQQ; a§0l— 

5t^; C^l^; C6&1 Grass-mat; a mat made of reeds. 

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QIQQI 01^3910316} 0$; ©GQQ— 

iL mat woven with thin bamboo-laths. 

•G*IQ QQIQOI— GO. 5* — $8^060 38*11^ OW* 

Chataipakaiba 30IQ0I — To spread a mat on the 

5&fe*fte1 ground. 

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Chataibs, . #^iQ 3e$%q) QQIQ9I- qei Q^QOI; 

$£>l§© OftOI— To tease; to make angry; 

to irritate. 

■5#m • GO. $\ ( 41010 Sto^O )~«^ ^i§SL 

T^iTT ^SOi^QM QSjQOI — 

... ; . To cause another to lick; to cause to lap. 

<o*o— co. §[ o<» i$>-*^~*l> S$$~~ 

Chatak , V ' Quickly. 

Cha^achat 

<?*!©§ -GOl 0— <■ I ( aq«OQO ) QQ1Q COOq^fOI 
Chatachati 0#— 1. Act o£ beasts licking each 
b lfelbtft * other's body. 

^|5]g 2. Being angry with each other . 

GO. W— <■ I WSOT GOQ^ 6^01— 

1. Licking each other. 


— aodo — 

Very quickly.. 


-> I aSflQgO * $—2. Mutually angry. 

0*1® l» — 9169 (*iQ9S) 9—09**° <W«) 

Chatadanga Chardukathi (See) 

0*lfi— GO. 0— * * gflOO^Q— 1. Level ground, 
Chatana j | EKpaqGIOQ; ©$© SoiatQ— 
5^ 2. Rocky even surface. 

g£W * I gWft —3 Floor of a house. 
v | G9iOI <3Q0 £101 g«®«) — 

4- The pucca floor of a building. 
0$IO~60. «l (*. <t»i OOIO) — i i 90J9 x — 

Cliatat 'I- Unexpectedly. 

5^5 S I OOJMIO^— 2. At once. 

©*l©OQ i 

o*i«— w. 5 1 . o«— «flg— (widow qq) 

Ghatala Quickly; sharp. 

0*l©»— GO. W— ««0 GOQtl— 

Chatalia Slightly flat; ilattish. 

0§-CQ. q ( cru oo^—os^ €9Qi «*U 9- OQ )— 
Chati e i aieaioii aaofflossr ^siwirf akJoo^gq 

5?} " ©QS q9— 1- Sest house along a road; 

«^ traveller's rest house; serai. 

et^09 a© QtQ Q9«?— ^i»i a ' ts,QfflQ ' . 

J I <9I^l§^ (^Q9lS^Ga 4?IQS>SIIGQ GCtlQO 

OIQ*Ol€i Ol© Ot O* SO GQQSIQI^ ) 93 
©"^Ol.eaiOl— 2. Slippers. 

glGQ (OIGWO; GflPffliQ) ^—^9 ^S~ 

Pamphlets; booklets. 

9IGQ ( OICfto.0; 69QSKLQ ) 9«a (SL®' t3 '- 0s1 ) "" 

^ i *& Gas— 1 - Little ; amalL 

> \ qTo; 0S>^— 2 - hunger; junior. 

i aai— otoisi* ) 

* I aOSI -3. Thin. 

(gai— of 'Og i ) 

o§a— CO. © (*• G>*0)~ QQO?a OSQQ— 

Chati?. . Sparrow; martins. 


Q%Q\ 


( 9+*9'-« ) 


QiQW 


«oe«c«caw<Wfi»i««b s©9, scot ca« waiQOBiWfl otfQ ««© J *\ * ©So «Ptf«i fit!® *Q gsigqi^ W 1 aai— 
W © taft 'Qirfcoiow, V » few W GQ«ev ; '*a> sKtfft ^ w«c<?; ««* 9 QiQ^ W eoawj'asw* 1 © gioesi*aoj?ew«w 


5^ giGQ* -(show) s— «qqo^q "Wi at — 

fel^T; JTRT A mat woven with datepalm leaves. 
SICQ. (44M9) Qd— ©%QI— Flat. .. 

Chatika Hen sparrow. 

©foi^giGQ ( cflwwQ ) ^ (-90. o-. q*i)— s^cwi* 

Cha#ba Q£9I— To be angry. 

©$— S. 9 ( Q$ ai$=GWtf QQQ|+$Qtf. $ )— 
Chatu * I ^|9|^i — 1. Flattery. 
j I QQIQ €9 — 2. Scream. 

• I (+«& Q) ^^i Sat— 3. Belly. 

* 1 g-aaiqaioor a^QQcera-^-*. A kind of 

seat for persons observing fasts, 
G§ 69. 9 ( 3. W^; C£1IG«!$<2 )— Q18© SQ© 

wSflur <ai*fai aiQ* <w?s> GQW q& 9<$— 

A flat stick to stir curry etc on fire; 
pot stick; stick ladle* 

9 Iff 191© fll« QG9 QS^ca, 

flIW. (Wft9fi> ©—TO©**; ««w— Abi s 
metal spoon for agitating boiling food. 

Chatua Qf 6 SB4 A S&1GQ HQ| G«)9Q 99 «•«— 
*fl§j 1. Hip; the back of the thigh. 

^L%$ JST es a*e sfiist W$ w» 

qai9Q a^a— 

2. The ham hip of beasts; haunch. 

I n\9 esflqGQ ©$9i 4$g9iq <3ig — 

3. A sort of weed growing in paddy 

fields. 

[ Q— <39l ■<& tJS GJeflG} QQ, Ql$ GOQtl, Q§) 

9IG9. (WMIfi) 9— *K? O^— Small ?stiok-ladle. 

0^Q19'<a— GQ- © — GdiqffQ' «G>391Q G^SI — 

Chatuaphula Black quarter; a disease of cattle. 

Chatuamunda qg G031 ) — A term of abuse 
(Q**K!9l— 93) applied to males. 

OtOflQOi— GQ. §.—k 1 o%9iq aiQWjGQ \q\ ^a% 


5 1 


4) 


Chatuchalaiba 


QHJi.91 — 1. To stir uf> the con- 
tents of a pot with a ladle. 


-9 1 (Rfltfid> : $§Q*§S steiGQ a«wi «a«>i 0^iq 

Ql Ql^i^Q G<5»€1IQG9^ 91 €9I§ 9WI — 
2. ( fig. ) To boast of one's knowledge, 

^G^a ©Ift OQQI— 8. (fig.) To pass an 
order without mature consideration. 

©$2-€9. «.—©%« (W«) 
Chatuni Chata^i (See) 

Chatu^rasa eqctGQ CTAQ9I CIISJ at«GQ G9«IQ €TQ- 
iaiai^L G^OI — Fomentation of the 
smotten cheek by holding a red hot 

ladle near uV 
69. ?>— QSJ 01 G^aiGQ QQ#— Pale through fe^r. 
( aai— <i*ai ^« oi H9 o$ti<a a©QQ— , ^ 

Chatula 1^- Restless; unsteady. 

(©$0l-qj5 > I oaft-2. Fickle. 

* j ^qq — 3. Beautiful; nice, 

* I iqwa— 4 0ne wll ° s P eaks kindly. 
©$j3*—S. ©. ^1— (0^? + *) 9^©— Lightning, 

Chatula *. q«, %|— ©%«^ ajftflr— Feminine of 

chatula. 

O^W(ft— € M- (0^+ GQ«)-* I ^©^ Q««i «0i^ 
Chatulola OQO— 1- Very unsteady; very fickle. 

tO|C*l»— «GH%a) > law^WQ- 

2, Very graceful or charming; lovely, 
*l 2JQ^9I— Trembling; tremulous. 
« I q^iq— i. Flattering. 

OGtQ (Q«^»)— GQ. 9. -QS1Q (QdW) (G«M) 

Ch&tei (etc) Chatai (etc) (See) 

giw.(a»qo) §-— ^9« ® a, 5 «l»— A mat made 

of cocoanut leaves woven with each other. 
q^_^ Q.— a§; ^%— Student- .pupil. 
Chatta a«v, €0Q— Desciple. ^ 

Chat^agrama <?# G^QSi Gfllf <3 ©W * Q S^ 

q©al«i-, «l*Gil— Chittagong; name of a 

district and its capital in the province 

of Bengal. 


9*9 





( ?*»9 , 

- 

999 am 

< Q 

Q %q 3 J -o 

93$ 9$ 

«9QI§9 qgisQ | s o 

S,S 1 «• 1 Qq 

€J« $ 

> e 

Q % $1 ( G^ 

a©iq$94 210319 91 og^qgg 94 «h a 

— 

g c«i q?j 9 t j 


[ 9 — <9I 9G£riagi€1£Q $QQQ? WW 
QQqQ€$ 2I9|J9 6 §§G9S9 €JQQ08«» G9WJL 
QCI SI© I Q|gi3$ efillf <! a°« 99»I9 6 2191 ^ €» 

^s?^ g^GG) oto ©tfl qsigmq $<% <9iQ Q°Qsn 
q*gs— g. q— QjfliflQ Ga7q§9 oifl (icw)— 

Chattala The old name of Chittagong. 

[ ^ — qsw*ai9 ge^ S9£[9 913 QgSlW I ] 

Oi— G9. 9~ 9f ( G9« )— ' 

Cliatid Chati ( See ) 

©esiaiaiq— e. 5. («a©o)--w. ©|-% ae+Qaiaiiq— 

Chattopadhyaya &ae)-9fir1q 9I§6!S «K«$I9C»— 
A family-title of Bengalee Brahmins. 

GOi liiGQ- (««W99) §«a (aio) — * I 3995JQ; ca$— 
Chatha 1. Greedy. 

lOOl— $1) J I 991 ©flWCQ GQ99 gl9$ 99! (9«i§)— 
2. (a person) Attending a feast with- 
out invitation. 

» I atf 019*1; aqqeqeft— 3. Slavishly living 
on the leavings of other's dishes. 

w I 39*1$ 3lQGqfI)Q-> OI9WI — 

4. Hankering after dainties. 

9® v (aiq) - tf— ©®9i; 9Q§Wij §_$G99i (©ai€««9)- 

Chard (root) To be enraged. 

9©9@— G9- « (a9«to9Q«) te. OtOtl)— 

Chardcharji " < I Qqjchf& ^q9l 9IQ919 as? — 
535 5\5 ^5^5 1. Sound of constant slapping. 

^m^ > \ uiq $!©9l ss£JGQ <3Q £J$9IQ 39 — 

2. Sound of fried paddy bursting quickly 

over fire, 

• I 981 ETQ ©afcS Gai§i£TI?9QIQ S9-— 

3. Crackling sound of unripe fruits in 

^ burning fire while bursting, 

v | ©ftsji ©tf 6Gfc ©9^91 910Q 419— 

4. Crackling sound of wood in 

burning fire. 

•*■ I 4§<a 9IO 91 99ffl £Tffifl9««— 

5. Crackling sound of dry wood or 

bark breaking. 

9*9 


69. $. TO— V I 9999 €19 QQ— 

1. Making a crackling noise. 
( 3211— ©«f €9 SJ«3 39!Q€Si 9t91 99j3^ ETGt l) 

2. Before one's ejes; quickly; in quick 

succession. 

[ g— «aia 9i eo9 en?9i BiefeQ 9^9§9 I srcii — 

qagiQ* ©999 ETIG5 I ] 
O©O©£0— GQ • M — Q909€199iq — 

Char^chardia Making a crackling sound. 

9€M3»e»a— G9. 9^1 — 9©9©HD (69fil) 

Chardcha^ua Chardchardia (See). 

^®*S?x"" CQ * a ^WM)- OQGiQ (G93I) 

Chardchard Char^cha^ (See) 

0@ v Q@^— G9. 2J (aQ109Q^I) — 090^(€Q«) 
Cbardbhard ' Chardchard (See) 

G@— 3IG9 (Gilfl (S Gfl9^1Q) Q (§«. 9. O^J-m?!— 
Charda Slap. 

Q@^-G9. 9-0©Q (G9«l) 

Chrdau Charjhau (See). 

090— G9. 9. — (0999 aPIWOW; 9^9) — 

Chardaka *. | 99 — I- Thunder. 

^1W ? I 9S?^€> — 2. Thunder bolt. 

JWSRft^ft W&X «i«g* q©q ©9*— Qiao, cgsasiqo 1 

3IG9. (65*9^19, 9IG^Q) 9. (^O. 9. 999; 
3. ©% ETI. 9ef=99) — 
999 091 (G9«) - Chardaka puja (See) 
Q^Q QQIQ9I— G9. ^.— fiJMia) 9IC1 ©€19^ 99f 

Chardaka pakaibg 9QQ9I — ( fig. ) To destory. 

* 

09* OW ^>Q*^ SSQ — Wfl9^- 99SI I 
9®0 9f9i— 69. 9.— <* t 9gai© — 1- The falling of 
Chardaka pardiba thunder. 

31WS1 -> I (QMia) 3«r9l« «3?9! — 
f^jT^t pK ^ i 2. (figurative) Ruination, 
090 9©! 1 — SIS9. (€99^9, 9IG^9) 9.— 
Chardaka puja ( $9. 9" 999 q»l ) — 

6^1169 < 9l%a , '^a9 — A swinging or 
whirling ceremony performed by the 


0999!«(l 


( }**r ) 


090 




3§q paqo ^ 91 ^ ©-so 9«r si fliHi^ €«? e«is?<?i<^ w 1 aai — 
'««J wSgv- 'ashi* » qic&q 'aa' ttScv- 'aftse* » oiotfft *a»9g cq«C9 


low caste Hindus on the Chaitra 
Samkranti day. 

9«sjq, arc, aw aQ gqg9 <i $$9 9Q6J 1 €^- 
fllGO a^% sio99 qq < s© Q9SJ oi«^ 'ai^afl* 
€QW»<i 6 < si$>i$ 'Qgaio* 91 '^qsaio' G9iqsai« 1 
§9aw 80^ eai^i ^511 srer §oq oa% o^gw- 
« eqaio 1 60191 &$\ gqaQi eaitf §0 oa «ioi* 

€9Q% £T0$ GETI? 69<fSq 9GQ GQIfO QMlQOil 

qq 99 q©ef §9 getoisks 6 gs $9Q saGQ 
9q§>g3G«i 1 $96Q sais-fl ->•!$* 91© $e 9N*a 
6Q101 g»Q €9 Qiefac* aciQQ «qs^?g 91 9|§q°1 
aei seii?< omsj 9i^"a qqisuo i gs§ 9i$erta 

eiyiiQ 8oeQ Geri9i gqiq^9I 9m1q«iq »gq 
q3^9I qq9£Q ait«i$ tier Qs$ (4 ai^a «oigq 

9i$tt1qL<aq9 * a| ^ «U»%Q 5> Gog 91 /<. G<ag 
qiq q «iiq 9JVN<i 1 ©oasQ qiswjl G^% q§ 
9Q^ 6 ai*a «IG3 saiG® gicci 9^ ^Q qis?i g§a 

«^lGO 6 «(|« GVIGQ I ] 

Chaidakabajl 09 09 W ©Q fffQI -c^gQlQ 
^S^t^t <»WI —A kind of cracking work. 

^sTttTSft, [ 5— 49I Wi% 6 GOia^isuoi^ 

( ©9©iQI«|— TOi^fl ) 

^©9 9*1©— fltW. ( €«Wfl4Q, QIGQ4Q ) Q- ( %0. ^. 

Cha^aka samkranti 09Q ST@I^ ) — Qtill €t$lfij. 

GO^ ^$|gj— The Samkranti of the 

• month of Chaitra* 

Chai^aka 6§iaiQ OIQ| qiqi — L-A kind of shallow 
drum making a crackling sound* 
(Wife ^ 1 ( g. ol| ) ©to 91 al% 91 qiogq «? a% 
^3^; *'4* £T^I 9IS1 — 2. Crack in a wood or glass 

or metalware. 
€>e>©IQ©l— €*5>. . ( UQiQQQtil ) — 
Chardakaiba «. 1 o^qiq 3»^qa — 

1.. The causative form of Chai^akiba. 
FS^Fft J \ ET|felQ9l — 2. To cause to crack; to split. 


W4WI *» I Q^GQ ^ © 91 O^QQ 9€J9I — 
'09G©Q9|— aO*t^3) 3. To startle; to alarm, 

Q99IQ9 < 9^Q ®9Q|9 — $%€$, fl^lQQ®. W I 
0@©©l — GQ- §. i ^OmO QQtil ) — 

Charclakica 1 I 09 09 W Q€?9l — 
5^1 1. To make a crackling sound 

fa*fRr; g^jsn > t (s^i ©tfcq)©9 09 G9IQ erf 91— 

2. To crackle i said of particles of salt 

thrown into fire ). 
m I ( Q*l W9 ) 09 09 GQIQ fflfi39l— 

3. ( planks ) To be cracked. 

^ I ( 99£ «I9 ) QQOO ^*€»9I— 

4. To flash repeatedly. 

» 1 ( flO ) QQ\Q filrfftOIQ €$ 0$9 9! $)g 
6^91 — 5. ( mind ) To be startled; to 

be alarmed^ 

9 1 ( 9\®n fli? ) ei^GQ 49 grif99i— 

6. To crack ( said of dried up clayey 

soil. ) 

0©0©IQQI — G9. $. — 09 09 €IQ 9^9 1 — 

Char<jachaijlaiba To make a crackling sound. 

0Q)0©--G9. Q.—K I 9§QI0— 

Charjiachaicli 1. Stroke of lightning. 

J I 099 ; 9g^© ; 9§ — 2, Thunderbolt. 

Q»Q§> «QSQ Q9Q ©90© 1 giOl. Q^tfljq I 

[<2-~Q9<a9=G$K3 cisJo 3 O90^=9©^0 I ] 
giW. (Gfl^«iq.€!) Q.— (50. 9. 090©)— 

9afi)i Q9« — A kind of curry with very 
little water left in it. 
9®Q9@— CQ. ^. — «©ia c ©39©Q; 09 yOM09Q^ + ^. 
Charda chaparda oa%) — l I q,^9i — 1- Slap. 

spjn 2. Punishment in the shape of slaps 

(99SKL9I— ®SH%a) ara '^ ! m flio»i«w^# 

o©©— fli€Q. (eflM^Q) ©.— (e. oq ai% $o. 9. 

Chardati 099) — ^ I «HGQW — 1. Biding. 
(89©— 9S<319) ^ I GwfaflG — 2. Ascent; rising up. 

* I ^§j9S9j — 3. Increase. 

v t *WlQ§ — 4. Eise in price. 


©99 


( ■>**(! ) 


091 


^ 

q J Q q,q s < 99$ 94 a©Qi§9 qglQ9 a 9 a,<8' n \ Q«J ) Q« 

9 

> 

§ Q % 1 «L ^ 

aoiq^otf i a©$iQ 91 ©q9Q$§ 9^ tiii a g [ € «i 1 o« $ 

e 


Chardan 1. Ascending. 

5 I (a«U99) WCQ MCqW— 2 Biding. 

* I QSjfo — 3. Increasing. 

v I ©91$ 913 OWIj <a©9 9Q9I— 

4. Mounting a gem on a metal. 

«9GQI9— gi€9. (WWiqs) «.— (%». og asSQ ^° * 

Chardan-dar §) — t I «|€qffl-l Riding. 

.> i siQqriejcQ 991$ 999i 9&9Q— 2. An 

artisan whofmounts gems on an ornament. 

01 1 ca4 «QQflQ6Q 0919 era 69iQai«— 

3. Mounted ornament; gem-set ornament. 

* I €S€§ Qlg G9I£IQ9U% 0091 3icf €119, 

OCT! 91 C9GG9 31-0—4. A passenger 

who accompanies the merchandises laden 

in a cart, boat or rail. 

-o®qi-siCQ- (««w) 9— orao« ( W« ) 

Chaidaya" Kasatruna (See) 

SQ. 9 — ©69CJI (G9«) — Chargheya (See) 

©@qi aoi— €9. 9— asl *§9i ©9<§ «oiqi8cq • 9WIQ- 

Chardaya atha ^9! «OI— Bird-lime, 

9 ?q fte© oi« s«?a ei«* eq 1 giol. Qswsq t 

991— €9. 9. — ($• Qty— *■ I ©^ «^C9 99MI G9G9 
Chaida egiO^iq q9li$9 Qlft 91 9%$ 301,— 
^5i 1. Sand-bank; alluvion or accretion formed 
irfgfc <tnadlH. in the bed of a river . 

.6ft ^ I ($. ©9 ai%> 2fl€^9^ — 2. Ascending. 
**$% *> I €JOl3— 3. Ascent. ; 

* I 9Q— (90-339— QQIQ) — 4. Question 

A 

OQI (€9fl) — CharQha (See) 

<Q9IQ (©9hI9)— €9. 9— 09IQ Q9i» (€9«) 
Chardai (etc) Charjhai etc (See) 

©91991— giw. (9«wq$>) $ — * i 001^91 (G9<a) 

Chargaiba 1. Chagjhaiba (See) 

-> I a©€9 Stf ©9IQ91— 2, To put the string 
(0G9Q9I— «Q*i%a) into the bow; to string a bow, 
Q9I49I SI69. (QHAQS) $ — ©9IQ9I (N«) 
Chardaeba Charjhaiba (See) 


©9! 8§>9I— CQ. o.— (s. ©Q + aoo)— waacfcQ S§I9- 
Chaitia pardiba $|q -09 |[I©CQ W< 9I« 91 fllf 

2 &S5W51 QSfi G9IQ 991 — Formation of alluvial 
-oK<I^*tf deposit or sand-bank in the bed of a 

river, 

09—69. 9— «. I Cqa ©9lQtflief 9gGQf99tq $I9£I<399 

Chardu gqcQ 951991 Qia. ©a*5 9idl — 

C*fa; TW 1. Cauterization; branding marking 
2ffT; SW; ^Hfrl w i* n a hot iron. 

> I gQfl C^79<5»iq €9^CQ 9^991 ©9 — 
2 A mark with a branding iron. 

OCja— fllG9. (99019) 9. ($Q. e. 9%; 9%3i»l)— 
Chaigua ii|^Q ^i«a — Small metal plate. 

©9qio— e9. 9— csef eftTwaioiQ ^g^ci ^^9 oq 

Chaglukathi Mi a^9S9 0^9««3I<I— 

vft^t Searing iron; an iron used for canterising, 

99 Q©9I— G9. $— 961IQ €99l 5 dQ«ll €J*39e9 Q99W 
Chardu ghiniba $<$$ OQ^I— To all °w one's self 

^11^1; ^NRIi aft^SfT 
096Q9I — G9. $ — TOmQ S^QGQ ©a"sH99l; 91991 — 
Chardu deba To sear another^ body. 

^Hsrt; ^T^IT; ^M^t 

0G9Q— €9. 9— 9©IQ ( S9«i ) 

Chargei Char^ai ( See ) 

G6©qi— giw. ( flaw ) 9— o©^i ( cq« ) 

Chardeya Cha^aya ( See ) 

09Q-^aiC9. ( Gfl99iqei ) 9. ( qp- 9. 9®Q )— 

Char^ai QQ|Q ( 69«) )— Charjhai ( See ) 
©95$ -G9. 9- (g, 99ai^L>— t I 300—1. Ascent. 

Char^hau » I S$09l 9^—2. Act of ascending. 

tfsfti ^st^ * i ©91^5 «*9^^ — 3 * Attack, 

©9^ eOlOl— C9. 9. - 69^* G0I9I9 QS fllfl 9f <3®l9 
ChaijhaujotS 0SI9I C91QO ^39^ ^3ai<l— 
^j|^ l High-backed shoes. 

991 —69. 9. ( «. ©9 y l% )— ©9! ( W« ) 

Chargha Charts ( See ) 

FBI Q«— V I «q«— 1. Biding; ascending. 


OOIQ 


( >*Vo ) 


OOIQ9JS* 


giaiQ<ugc<? aaa^icasea *• e$Q ass 6 m\ <w > 9$» as« ?aiGa gsQs qsi *a§ fti$ t aa«9 ^ si ; ©$q ctfflg 9^ 91 aiaiqg 


fe&W, *?1* ( 3211— GQIQI G€»l GQ9 I ) 

2. High; dear; of high price. 

<qf OQ Q«5 091 I £TSlQ£Sl<?{?. Q%%% I 

* I 51191 ^3GQ ©91314 ( M19I; 9IQ )— 

3. Used in riding; riding ( horse or 

elephant ). 

4 Loud; high-toned ( speech ). 

* I £$<§>© ( 3§j9 ) — 5. Irritable ( temper ). 
9 I GfcOlSa ( qgl ) — 6. Ascending ( road ). 

O0IQ— G9. 9, ( «T. ©*9 «5U OQ ai^ )— 
Charjhai v I Q%$ ag|— 1. Small bird. 
5^ 9 I asl— 2. Bird. 

991991— G9. £— (3. owi^a egwicb)— 

Charflhaiba «. 1 o§PIQ 3e$q0 — 

6^R 1. The causative form of 'charjhiba* 

2. To cause to ascend or ride. 

« I 6&GQQ© 9991; €jaQSL $0IQ9I— 

3. To lift up. 

v I G9», 01910 91 9IOGQ 31^1%. «8€^9«l 

9Q919 %Qai 961GWI— 4. To see a man 

get into a conveyance. 

* I £>©Q §OGQ B©^999KjLSWefwWI — 

5. To cause another to sit or come over 

one's back. 

( Q2JI— < GQI®I 9191^ ©9IQ G9$9i§* * ) 
9 I ( Sfca ) $69 «IIQ9l-*-6. To eat. 

9 1 ( @)<aa ) aQSL OTQ9I— 7 * To * eed - 
r 1 ( SII9 ) 3IQ9I — 
8. To deal ( blows ); to administer. 

< aeii-sai 091Q91 1 ) 

<M ( 39 ) Q& owl— 
9 To highten; to raise ( one's voice ). 

t<> 1 ( saw OIQ ) «§^l- Q^QI — 
10. To tighten (the strings) . 


et 1 ( cra^ita 6 saisig ) ©go 0^91— 

11. To wear; to put on. 

( saai— G3 2«© ogo^^ii gqi^qqiq ^qqiq^ 

28^9 I ) 

W I ( 91fiMef )(©«!) SIIQQI— 

12. To take ( some intoxicant ). 

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13. To put on the body of an image. 

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Chaijhau 1. Attack; onset. 

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upward and downwand slopes. 

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3. Copulation (by the male and female 
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horse op tree ). 
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3. A skilful rider. 

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Charjhia ghasa Tanda ( See ) 

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( slang ) To cohabit; to copulate. 

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Chanjhei Charjhai ( See ) 

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growing near water ( Haines ) 
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Dusk. 
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Char^beileda . The ordure of birds. 

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Gha^ (root) To give away. 

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Chanacha^a 1. (Term of ahuse) Shameless. 

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blossoms. 

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Chanaphali <a§ — The small cross-bars joining 

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3. Messenger of the Gt>d of death. 


* I SQIQOQQGa'a — ^. An attendant of Siba. 

^g^g — 5. A wicked demon killed by 

Durga. 

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9 I S^QOI— 6. Cruelty. 
9 I ^|G)| — 7. Warmth; heat. 
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e I QQOi; Q^©!-»9. Sharpness, 
t." i Cl§«|— 1. Pungency. 

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11- Violent heat; burning beat. 

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12. One of the courtiers of Bishnu. 
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Kamsa slain by Srikrushna. 

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violent; fierce, 
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r | ^Q?OT — 8. Indomitable. 
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Chandakausika 1. Name of a sage. 

qGQS — 2. Name of a Sanscrit drama, 

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Chandata «* I ^««0I— 1- Ferocity. 

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Chantjadldhiti qjfi The sun. 

Chandanayika I. Goddess Durga. 

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woman* 

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, by the Tantrikas. 

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Cha^dabali (See) 

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attendant of a Deity. 

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G q. $—3© ^ 9i§— A very wicked person 

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Durga. 

Chandarasmi Chandamayukha (See) 

Chandasakti OftlQ 1 GSGhg© 9199 ^GSlS — 

A fierce demon in the army of the 

demon-king Bali. 

J I (9*1) SQQ ag$S— Great prowess. 

M. q, 6 %1-g09 aq^flfllfiil— Very powerful 

or mighty. 

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Q. Cl — <* I G9I39I <1 — 1. A woman of fiery 

temper; a termagant woman. 
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91 (QQh) M. q. .— SQ GSiai© O— Very much 

enraged; fiery with rage.- 

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^ I SJcf^Gltfl — 2. Sun's rays, 
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^9eri — 1. Cloth worn tightly round the 
waist of females and extending half- 
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dress worn by ladies. 

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Q«| 9^!Q 9^ — 1- The custom or - 
practice of a fixed portion out of the 
offering to a Deity being set apart as 
'Chanda.' 

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of Gran jam. 

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Chaadaiapakshi The crow. 

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A guitar or lute used by low caste 
people; the beggars' lute. 

G§!6)9l— q. 9. 3.1 (©fiia+e+ao)--* I 9?'; 0^91— 

Chandalika 1. Durga, 

^ I Ogi»9W ( G93 ) — 

2. Chandalaballaki ( See ) 

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Gajrans- 

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Chan^alini Chandaluni ( See > 

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^ ^ r ^vfa 1- -A- woman of the 'chandala' t caste. 

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woman. 

* i S»i 41* ff%i 41; ^eiMl 41— 

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Chandia (JQQ^SI — 1. Wicked (person); wanton. 
(GG§§— 41) J I QQ — 2. Vagabond. 

Chandika 1. Chandi (See). 

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2. The Gayatri formula personified. 

1, Shrewish; irritable (woman). 
} I $Qa©1 — 2. Quarrelsome (woman), 
Q§fl|— tf. © <,G§J + §!CQ, Qq© ifl|. 19. ) — 
Chandima t I Qg©|, gogQI — 1. Ferocity; 
-> I Q3SI — 2. Violence. 

* I G$ia— 3> Wrath; passion. 

* I 6$!0O$q<?-~4. Wrathfulness, 

Chandi ^Q^©e9li ' ^$©IQ — 1. Goddess Durga 
"Un her incarnation of demon-killer 
with 10 arms). 

«S i 9iaqsra owq, gaw war QtQ*qsro 
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J I 21© CGWI 41 — 2, A wrathful or terma- 
gant woman; a shrewish woman; virago. 

4. 

lsiaqq 9£Qigq ©stomal — as- e&Qsiwas I 

* I ©QS©1 41 — 3. ^ quarrelsome woman. 

v | pcqmihaQ flGQI96M— 4> Name of a 
Sanskrit metre of 13 syllables. 

9«iQQ «J©«J, flft"ai«, QfiqsiW 

siqQ9a«1^0iq9 9ff— A part of the 
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prowess and doings of Durga in kill- 
ing many wicked demons. 

Cnandijgupa 1, Recital of 'Chandi Purapa' in 

ja low voice. 

;j i ( Qsaief ) ,o^lq|f9i QO gwiogq aop 
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rage. 

cq. w— oglaiooiqi— 

Reciting the Chandi Purana. 

Chandi guniba 1. To recite or read 'Chan4i- 

purana' in a low voice. 
9 ((^ST 6 ); Mfflief) GSia Q| eJ€l9!QGQ qst 
^QS? W?l— 2. ( figurative ) To 
grumble with rage. 

Chandidasa A worshipper devoted to Goddess 

Chandi. 

A Bengalee classical poet of the 1 5th 

century. 

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9!?® -siigjoi^ <5«aiapi §o — 

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l?9s§9GS<3 — 2. A red-tinted image 
or incarnation of Siba, 

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temple, to the north-east of the Linga- 
raja temple of Bhiibaneswar, to whom 
separate offering isd ailj offered 

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* I %©9I — 3. To hide one's self (M. W.). 

* I 31991—4. To beg. 

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G^QGOlSa CM© — 3. A square shallow pit 

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G9. 9^1—^ I 9|©— 1. Extensive; wide. 
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(tree);: 
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'«4l>8«i|H 1- To make more extensive; to widen. 

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shoot out or spread into numerous 
branches like an umbrella. 

* I (39^9) GS&IQ G99I— 
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OGQ-3IGQ. (-OOflftQ ) Q— OQW/aOQCOka — 
Chatari A pot or cup made of leaves sewn 

together. 
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Chatatpanchasattama Fiftyfourth. 

9^891^— e . 9^^ I q€)99 — 1 -Four corners or 
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east and west.. 
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2. One hundred and four; 104 ( M. W. ) 

Chatubsapha 'gggjT WQ vf Siqsig— 

( QOKTCTI— ^1 ) Four-hoofed ( animal ). 

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2. Having four component parts. 

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1, Four-horned ( animal ). 

J I 6Sfif 0W* v f W a,<3 — 
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Ohatuhshashta OQtf— Sixtyfourth ( M. W. ) 

Chatulishashti «8<1%«W «W *«1i ©«a6; ?* 

S«Ml— 64; Sixtyfour. 

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Chatubshashtitama 64th; sixtyfourth. 

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Chatubsana SWiGQ ^Q* «J© )— 

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The four sons of Brahma whose names 
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Containing the above four sons of 

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■>; 1 G93GGIIOQ— 6 * Visible (M.W.). 

9 I 39Q- flGQWQ — t • Beautiful; charming. 
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Chaturainsa Four parts. 

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CTlQa^l (QWO) — 2 Quarto ( paper ). 

3 Square; quadrangular. 

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Chaturaksha 1, Four-eyed. 

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to face; confronted with, each other. 

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men), 

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Cbaturanga bal a Q#©£[© GTOt — 1. A complete 

©%Q£f©l§Sl I a9iqp ° r entire army consisting- 

€>§QCP GTOI f of 4 divisions viz, elephants, 

chariots, cavalry and infantry, 

j> I * m g«»i« g«»©i <©g©iQ g©Q§ e«a- 

2. A kind of chess played by 4 parties. 

(M. W.) 

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Ohaturanginl O^QCf ©«> (gQ«I) 

Chaturanga bala (See) 

,Q$QTO— ST. 9.— * I 9.91 WQO 391 9I©Q ^Q 
Chaturangula 2il£rj3 — 1. The four fingers of the 

hand except the thumb. 

2. A measure of the breadth of four fingers« 
«> [ a$©a$ 1Q\<% CIS — 3 - A kind of plant ; 
Cassia Fistula; Cathatocarpus Fistula 

(M. W.) 
*. 9$i.— ^QaGfQ aag®— Four fingers broad; 

measuring 4 fingers. 

Chaturata 1. Dexterity. 

(o^QSJ- TOiqfl) 5 I €ya«aaa"— 2. Cleverness- 

* I 8$j©l — 3. Shrewdness; carftiness. 

Chaturadasa Chaturddasa (See) 


©%Q$-S- 9— (fo; Qfji-|-a§)— q,Q q]q| — 

Chaturanta The four boundaries. 

1. Consisting of 4 things* 

y I €jjQ 3lai<jJ!q aQG9«jT© — 2. Surrounded o r 

bordered on all four sides. (M.W.) 

Q§Q«Ji — 2- 9. %1. — (OSLQ^+^l. a)— qg^l— 

Chaturanta The earth t M. W.) 

G>$Q 9S— G9. 9.— <* ! O^QOI— 

Chatura pana 1. Cleverness. 

^grrt 2. Shrewdness. 

<oq|Qaaa*— aoiqq) 

9^Q ©QO— 91 (00*1) 9.— (e. O^QO) 
Chutura badana ©Sfl*^ (G^) 

Chaturmukha (See) 

9^Q ©61—91. (09S) ©4.— (^. 0*39*41) — 
Chaturabidha QQ9a (G<?«1) 

Chaturbidha (See) 

0%Qfl— ^. Q.— (Qfl|<?iQ 9^0^ + afl)— €§QHQ|G^ 

. Chaturamla vf gg Qg ; «jqG9©9 t QSIfl (QA9), 

Q9W1Q (%?!) 6 QIQ€n£GtS^--Four sour 

articles presented as medicine; ( common 

sorrel, tamarind, orange and lime). 

Q^QSto - S. 9fl. (O^QQlQ+QQ^IG^. a)— *"VQ oft^- 

Chaturasita Eightyfourth (M. W.) 

q^qsI©— e. 9.— (g.a.efli. QiO^s+aalQ)— aflq^v 

Chaturasiti ?|^© Mil; O^aS— 84; Eightyfour. 
9$. — r* g«H©— S4 in number. 

Chaturasititama 84; EighYyfourth, 

Q^Q€l— e- 9.— «fll9lQ 9 h ^ oSL«-fa^)— ««, 099^; 
Chaturaswa ^Q G€Ilf G^1I9I— Four horses. 

9«l- (*§« 9) a* ©SLWSSj ^ q Wl 9' ^®9 91 
(Q6|) — schariot) Having or drawn by 

4 horses. 


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(d^QCtQ — «Q^8 J square. 

M— ^ I Q$GWd; q^GQlSIa*— 

1. Quadrangular; square; 
four-cornered. 

> I ©QQS; 93©Q —2.' "Wide and level 

-* I ©G<fl3 — 3. Faultless. 

v 1 g$ sighGQ 09 — 

4, Expert; clever in every matter. 

Q$<3— G9- 9«. 3.°. (3. O^Q 1—095*5 ^; SO— 
Chatura Artful; shrewd; cunning. 

* I $§€il§$1 — 1. Clever (woman). 

) 1 $§flsi — 2. Intelligent; ingenuous. 

* I a^l— 3. Shrewd; cunning. 
v I aCM^I $|—4. Artful; wily. 

$. $1 — $$9$ 3JI — A- n intelligent woman. 
<5>^qOQ! — G«?.$ — * I O^QQI G9G1IQ9I — 

Chaturaiba 1. To show shrewdness. 

J I 2fiqS€J*gi Oftpl— 2. To boast; to brag. 

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Chaturai 1. Chatura (See). 

2- Boastful; braggart (woman). 
Chaturangi (See). 

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Chaturaipana Chaturangi (See). 

( oq^sflZn — a©i%a ) 
0^9— 9fc w. <4 giote qqi ( e..Q§M )— 

Chaturaksha * I fll0Qiqig&CQ*G9QJ('M «?«i§)— 

(two persons) Meeting each other face 

to face; confronted with each other. 

2. (time) Of interview or meeting of 

2 persons. 

Q^Q6) G9 Qcnql GQ&'eii§ ©191 Q^qg csq QQI 

Qg. G9i§9$g%»g i 

Interview between two persons; two persons 
being confronted with each other. 


C9© Q<3_q§ qsq gieq oas aa qq gsis <&^ <as qs i 

■as. sgaqa #3 ' 
Q^qcr— GQ. Q— O^QGrl (6Q«) 

Chaturanga Chaturangi (See). 

Chaturangi 1. Cleverness; shrewdness; cunning; 
c^>*1<nl art; wiles. 

^<F3* 9 I aqga^l; Q|q9— 2. Bragging. 

* I ^OQ— 3. Self-aggrandisement. 

w I TO$Ga^}Q — 4. Self-ad vercisement. 

Chaturanana Chaturmukha (See). 

OOqflfl— ff. © (©&IIQSJ; 09ja+«flfl)— QI§«TOQ6Q 

Chaturasrama OIQCIJ^ r % ap^| 

Four successive stages in the lifetime of 
a Brahmana as enjoined in the Sastras. 
[32II — 2§©^, «il«a«l, QIQ3§ 6 g^ig I ] 

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Chaturasrami A Brahmana, 

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Chaturika 9,9^9 ^eQlflrf gq«|— A quadran- 
gular courtyard used for receiving guests 

(M.W.; 

Feminine of Chaturaka. 

053 — ct- o«. 6 9 (s. o$q)— O^q (GQ«)— 
Chaturi Chatura (See) 

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Chaturi champs §Ga^ 3 Q^q ^1 — A term applied 
to a female in jest; a smart woman- 

oftaqfl—fli- (WW ^ (9* ©SLSL«)— o^q « (69« )— 

Cbaturuguna Chaturguna ( See ) 

©qga— 91 (qqq) §6^ («. 09a; — o^a (69® ) — 

Chaturutha Chaturtha ( See \ 

q$$q— 9\ «qw) 9 (e- o^l)—' ©^51 ( w<a )— 

Chaturuthi Chaturthi (See) 

©4^0®- 91 (QOQ) ^» (^- a^Jal)— Q$4®] (e9« )— 

Chaturudasi ChaturddasI (See) 

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Chaturumasia Q ^ |gs( ( ^ ._ 

Chaturmasya ( See ) 

Chaturushana ©gaicef «qs 9|q ^ g^ g QO £ 
8a»l9Q— A mixture >f dried ginger/ 
longpepper, bkckpepper and long- 
pepper-root used as medicine. 

Chaturgati qqq,^ j Ma _i. Tortoise. 

2. God ( the ultimate aim of attainment 

in all the 4 stages of the life of a man, ) 

e. @«1— 9I9IQ v S9I9 9Q a©— Having four 

kinds of motion or going (M. W.) 

Chaturgaba 9^1 Qlf>— A carriage drawn by 

four oxen. 
©ft«L«— *. Qtil (9*119^— *iq,ett«i— 

Chaturguna 1, Fourfold-, quadruple. 

(Q$5L«I— $1) J I £I©h$ — 2 Inordinate; 

excessive; manifold. 

* I QW[ %%9IC9 *? 3©! 91 C9I9 QCflW— 

3, (upper garment) Tied with 4 

strings (M W.) 

* I q$9Qa ( 9IQ )— 4. Four stringed 
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medicine ( viz cinnamon, cardamom, 

Cassia leaves and Messua Ferraj. 

Q$a— e. 93 (o^»9+^iGa c . ei)— qa?cniQ 099— 

Chaturtha 4th; fourth. 

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* 1 9<foi9TO ©§ef 9| ; (<3, ^ © f a, Q,)— 
The fourth letter of the five classes of 

consonants (M. W.) 

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5. A quarter; one fourth (M. W.) 
9 I €|,Q9 39I9IQ— <3» A collection of four. 
Oftfif CPq— ff. ©.— * I €Wi QS9S) Q9I9 — 
Chaturtha upaya l. Mutual discord. 

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> 1 991^ 9^9 - 2 - Dispute. 

©0 aeQ sua as 9991, o^a Qaiq ^qqi 991 1 

C9. Q. <§ 9^1— ejjQ — Four. 

Chaturthaka n$Q& ©GQ )^1 I 9€WQQ6«i 
9IQ&Q — 1*A kind of remittent fever; 

quartan. 

> I qfirlOQ «ia$ea«a — 2. A kind of 

measure in music (M.W.) 

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takes every fourth meal (M.W.) 

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Chaturthabhak ^ I oqeii°€l C09I 9i§— 

1. One who takes \ of a thing or one's 
incpme; entitled to a quarter share. 

King (who takes J o£ the income of the 

subject as revenue.) 
The tone of 
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Chaturthabastha Old age; last (4th) stage of 

human life. 
[g — t I 91ft 91 9I<3! — Childhood. 

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« I qj?l 91 G9i9©— Youth. 
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Chaturthika Qepqid r Q^Q€?Q o©§> 8^9— 

2. The sleeping together of the newly 
married couple^ on the 4th night of 
marriage for sexual intercourse. 
> I ts Qq§ 6©Q — 2. A weight of 4 Karshas 

(MW.) 

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Chaturthl Qg. sqjGWi 6 'a&ilQ 9996)1 ©$ef 
$$g — 1, The 4th day of the lunar 

fortnight. 

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J I QfijOlj W»Q O^ef 999— 2. The 4th 

day of marriage. 

« l9«il9QtilQ9Q§9G8 < a i ^^QI^0l9©Q§Q§ — 

(grammar) The fourth case. 

3.9tfl. tf— OO^efa 4HRGT — Feminine of 

• Chaturtha. 

^©efl©# — 3. ©— wi9Q *efwG^ ©Q<^ ©3— 

Chaturthikarma The ceremonies performed by 
the bride and bridegroom on the 4th 
day of marriage. 

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Chaturthlkriya .©Qil©$© ©©tf1^ «)l<§t — 

.The Sraddha ceremony performed on the 
4th day of a parent's death by the 

married daughter. 


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Chaturdanta An epithet of Indra's elephant. 

(©£©%— BQigp) 

©^©°]J| J ^ Having four teeth or tusks. 

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Chaturda.la Ohatushpushpi (See) 

,©£<&! — e. 9. (51 9. GQ ©&!|Q£J ; ©$g SI3© 9€1J — 
Chaturdasa Q^9- ^v — 14; fourteen. 

(0§Qa— «©^a) 9^1— i I v* tfSSQ — 

1. Numbering 14 
^ I *v€j esj^i — 2. Fourteenth. 
€9. 9 — ©6J9 ©gl^J — The 14 worlds. 

cqiq aalft Q^Q a, ^ G "?i* ea ® ®€ff 9« 1 

©ftcJao— sr.. ^.(Q^Q^+QQ^iGa.g)— o^qq epa— 

Chaturdasaka * 'Fourteenth (M. W.)- 

l©SLQ c afl— a«nq,a) 

©^Q€19QI ©9©|— g. ?• ( «fi^>9 gefiJIC ) — 

Chaturdasapadi kabita ^ | fi)°q^ ge^% SiQ99^G9' 

1. A poem with 14 lines; sonnet. 
[ g— .gyij)© q^ 6©?« qigiGQ <j@qq G9G©g^<i 
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y I ©Q9GQ1Q — 2 - Poems with fourteen 

lines. 

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Fourteen lores or arts to be learnt 
by every Brahman as enjoiued in the 
Sastras ( viz, 4 Vedas, 6 Vedangas and 
Law, Mythology, Logic and Philosophy). 
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Chaturdasi Q©3 — The 14th day of the dark and 
f©^©sl— «©*%fl) bright fortnight of the lunar 

month. 

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,(Q^V a ^) G>^,^—1. The four quarters 

or points of the compass. 

2. The four sides of a thing. 


m 


I Sflg, §<39 — 3. All matters. 
CQ. a— 1 1 ^€)8JG9— 1- On all sides. 
> I SSJSIG^ — 2, All round. 

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Chaturdiga Chaturdik (See) 

©©©©I— C9. W( 3- ©©Q© )— Q©5?CI ©^fig©^ 

Chaturdiga ©QQCII —Pervading the four points 

of the compass; extending over the 
four quarters. 

\' On all sides; in every quarter, 
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> 1 Ga ^9*9 G«3Q©et ( aw )— 

2. All round. 
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(©©691© — «©i§.a) A sedan chair or state - litter 
carried on the shoulders of 4 bearers. 

Q© 9'iQ— *■ 3tf (©^^fi; 0^+^!©)— ^Q? tQ§S« ™ 
Chaturdwara Having four doors, 

(©©QR— «©*%?) 

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Chaturdha 1 I ©©§a. ^S©lG^-^ 

1. Of four kinds; in four ways. 

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+ I qfi!*lQ — 5 - In four P^ces 

9 1 <s\$ a°aG©— 7i In four P arts 

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ChaturdhSta Four. 

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1 # The image of Bishnu holding couch* 

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inside the temple of Jagannath. 

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Chaturdha murtti Chaturdha murati (See) 

©CfcfajQ— G©. ©.— ©§aia©Q (g©gi) 

Chaturdha rupa Chaturdha murati (See) 

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©Q©12J) — The four j centres of Hindu 

pilgrimage in India (e. g. Puri, Bame- 

swara, Dwaraka and Badrinatha. 

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Chaturnabata Nintyfourth (M. W) 

(©§«■©© — apiqa) 

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Chaturnabati ©^q©G9; <•-*— 94. 

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Chaturnabatitama 94th. 

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Chaturbaktra Ghaturmukha ( See ) 

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Chaturbarga <?|fl 6 G3IS <lg q^ief ©93^—* 

The four main objects or somum bonum 
of human pursuit ( viz. 1 Beligion or 
virtue, 2 wealth or riches, 3 enjoy- 
ment or love, 4 final salvation or 

. beatitude ). 

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Ghaturbarga kartta ©^C©!©! ( G©<3 ) 

Chaturbarga data ( See) 

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God, 
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1. The four castes amongst the Hindus 
( Brahmana, Kshatriya, Baisya and 

Sadra ). 

> I «lQf 9^1© ^^ 91 Q€3f (aoi, ©91, Qft A 

G©©1 ) — 2 The four principal colours 

( white, black, red and blue ). 

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(M..W. ) 

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Chaturbahi ^ 50191 q\ QaQQrgiQ MI69©f 
©21 — A carriage drawn by four 
horses or oxen ( M. W. ). 
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Chaturbahu « | OQ©l9l; S3I9I© €^Qf 9!9i ©I 91© 
21© — 1: Four-handed. 

> 1 qei©i9§S«ii •( cap ) — 

2. Four sided ( figure ); quadrilateral. 
§j §j« —God; Bisknu, 

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Chaturbirhsa tattwa ->* G«lf ©@ ( a9SV9l^©, <©l- 

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Chaturbimsati ©9a. ^v— 24. 

e. 9^1 — /* 34W© — 24 in number* 
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Chaturbimsatika ©^3 , «©-ST« € i|-q§ — 

Consisting of twenty four. 

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Chaturbiriisatitama ?w Q QQdl — 24th. 

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Chaturbidya t | qqG^9% ^©^G^^— 

4. Knowing the 4 Bedas; read or versed 

in 4 Vedas. 


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Chaturbidhanna g^ia (Q^>, CS^i, GR91 4 63^)— 

Four kinds of eatables (viz that which 

can be chewed; which can be sucked; 
which can be licked and which can be 

drunk ) 

Q^WQ— ST. 9. ttOTIQ gg; O^g+CTO)— qQWIt 

Chaturbeda £9QQ 519% ; SW^q ( €J9, 9|< 

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Sanaa, Jajur and Atharba ). 

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Ohaturbedl q$GQ<3> QO qoi $1^ €^G9 — 

One who has read 4 Bedas; one versed 

in the 4 Bedas. 
q t ^a ©QQQ'I — Versed in the four Bedas. 

Chaturbhadra *. | Q$qtf ( €**?« ) 

1. Ghaturbarga ( See ) 

( ooi^cq eiQ^a ) 6 ooQiacrlq ©ft 

Q$ 3£G> QqflOl 2IQGQ9 ( <9I <U9, 019, 

2 A medicinal paste consisting of 4 
particular ingredients and taken as an 
antidote for cough, dysentery and fever. 

«9«fia— *. Q- ( ©SLS + V )— oro, <9©%dror- 

Chaturbhaga A quarter; the fourth part. 

Chaturbhuja 1. Bishnu [ having 4 hands ). 

> I GfilR GS§> *f CQ«W TOQ — 
2. A quadrilateral figure. 

1, Four-armed; four-handed. 

2. Quadrilateral; four-sided. 

Name given to males. 

Chaturmasa O^tflWI I GQS ) 

Qhaturmasya ( See ) 


©$tfia— gq. ©. ( «r. ©SLQ+flgft )— o^i«i ( gq«i ) 

Chaturmatha Chaturmukha ( See > 

vosq Gg'ao ago — froqja. qgsq i 

Chaturmasa v | q£\ qqgig; 2B<g|© qp glQalOl^ 
©l§J9 38 9^1 3^9 SflSJ, CWSq© 

^9; ORjJw*"! — '• The monsoon months; 
the time of 4 month from the 1 2th day 
of the bright fortnight of Asharflha tx> 
the 12th day of the bright fortnight of 

Karttika. 

> I v G19 ^flQ — 2. A period of 4 months. 

Chaturmasika (50); ^diqi; Q^flkcQ «W6<|q— 

( a religious observance ) Extening over 

a period of 4 months from 12th (bright) 

Ashar^ha to 12th ( bright ) Karttika. 

Oft*e»|— W- §. ( »■ H%flWi)— AIM, ^5, 80^9 6 

Chaturmasya Ql^Q A% <3\$ 91iq. 9SI qq^— The 4 

^Hfa^H monsoon months; the rainy season; 

the four months from Srabana to 

Karttika- 

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Chaturmukha The four-faced God Brahma, 

Having four faces. 

Oftq.Q— 3. Q- ( 9^; OSL®+^- Q ) — 

Chaturjuga ^^aiG^tQ ^©h, 6?©!, 9IEIQ ^ 9Q- 

the world viz, Satya, Treta, DwSpara and 
Kali ( according to the Hindu mythology) 

Chatuschatwarimsa wQ OQtfl— 44 th. 

ChatuschatwSrimsat Q^l§°€l©^ ) — OgjqQ9j vv — 

44; fortyfour. 


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Chatushka ^ 1 ^QGOiSsB SIGNI; ©§© 5 ©QO — 

1. A square courtyard. ( used for receiv- 
ing guests (M.W. ) 

2. A hall standing or resting upon 4 

pillars. 

* 1 Cj$f ©gQ QCII9JQ — 3. A collection or 

aggregate of four; a get of 4. 

* I QG&Qgj; 90 — 4. A crossing where 4 

roads meet or 2 roads cross; a cross- 
way. 

5. A necklace of 4 strings ( M. W. ) 
1. Consisting of four. 

y 1 ^ ^iq esnooqflo— 

5*, Increased by four. 
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fll< — A hall resting on 4 columns. 
Oft»Q—S. 9- ( 0§©1§; ©%?+©© )— 

Chatushkara ^^'?; ©iqq«; ^ — 

( four-armed ) Bishnu. 

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sa 910 a© ( aai— oio© )— 

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• I ^Q©l©0$% — 
3. Having 4 arms or hands. 

e$*i — e. §• «3. ( ©SL*+a )— 

Chatushka t I €^C©I§2I 6flt CQW1; ©GJOI — 
1. Small square tank. 
J I Q$Q; €©S>19©— 2. Chair; a square stool. 
*» I 9SIQ- ^Q«l — 3. -A. square awning; a 

mosquito curtain. 


v 1 ^QGIQtt 91© — 
4. A necklace of 4 strings ( M. W. ) 

©$%1 — «T- ©. il- ( o%*+3 )— 0^1 ( €Q® ) 
Chatushki Chatushka ( See ) 

Q$€q,IS— e. 3fl ( ©§Sj1@; 0%E + e»ISl) — 
. Ckatushkona «lQ6©ltfqg ( 69§) ) — 

Quadrangular; having 4 angles. 
3. «.— ^ I (9^-) HW COW— 1- Four angles. 

GSp — Tetragon; a figure with 4 sides. 

Q^Q^— e- ©a.-(o^SL8i OSL' + ^S 1 qjQfii^i at9tQ 

Chatushkhanda v f gsi a« — 

Consisting of four parts or volumes. 
©$%q— ^. W.— (O^Q+aoqoi€f. 9^)—^ I 9I9IQ 
Chatushtaya vf flOqo 01 SlGf SQ — 

1. Composed of 4 parts. 
-> I ©Q<?a — 2. Of four kinds. 
* I v sens* — 3. Numbering four, 
€>.— V I etQeai? QQiaO qfl%— 1. An aggregate 

of four things 
J I ^ ff€hi — 2. Four. 

09.«ai«— ». oei.— ( ©4«i«o + Q©<ai6a*. ts ) *v q 

Chatushpanchasa c^tf) — Fifty fourth. 

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Chatushpanchasat ^Q 3*0 eciHl^ ©^0^3 #8 — 

Fiftyfour. 
§ti. — *> ^T^tSO — Numbering 54. 
©9§«1— q°. ^. CO^fii ©98 +a^+^ } <9!0 ap c^q- 

Chatushpatri ©^g»2il ) — $,©€L©Ei9|Cl — Marselia 

Quadrifolia; a potherb; Blephares Edulis. 

09ia— 9°. «. — ( 9^; 098+ago) — t I k OQQg|; 

Chatushpatha 2© — 1. Meeting of 2 crossing 

roads; cross-way* 


3 I ©spuria gio— 

2. Place having four outlets^ 
* I (O^tqtffl VI ©SLSWiaisjl) §i§«— 

3. A Brahman (treading on the path of 
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Chatushpada Q€j_- 1. Quadruped. 
(e$*«3l— $1) > I (94) q^OQtfQaa 6SI9— 

1. A verse with 4 lines or parts; a 

quartet. 
•» I OQaqi- v QI98I fiilo — 

3. A song with 4 stanzas. 

4. A bedstead with 4 posts. 

* I Q©9WG9 ( 3— 5. A kind of coitus iM¥) 
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©%fl$9l p 1 ' lp (animal) Having four feets or 
^O^ta J legS; f0Llr " le gged. 

> I «W©Q«9fiqj (G8W) — 

2. Consisting of four lines. 

* ! «Wf GfWQg (fill©) 91 09*1 — 

3. Having four stanzas, 
v i q^f ai<? 91 <aq 991 (aww>— 

4. Four-footed (seat). 

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5 ( algebra) Tetranomial (equation) 
9 I fi^f 39 91 Wq$ (9I9<i)— 

6. (a sentence 1 Having four words. 

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Chatushpathi CSIQ — 1 Sanscrit Tol or Academy. 

j 1 eaefoicQ * toq Ssi 9a siio- toq 

991|Q^ — 2 A college where 4 vedas 

are taught 
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Chatushpada Chatushpada (See) 

Qjffl. - «. I qQGCIIWllli— I. Four-legged. 
> I gwq9$§iQ — 2. Complete with all the 

component parts* 

-©ftiiQMici— 9*. §.— q^eaiaSees— 

Chatushpadajoga An auspicious astrological 

conjunction. 

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ChatushpSrswa Chatuhparswa ( See ) 

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Chafcusama Cbatubsama (See) 

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Chatustala t | q,QQ\<$\Q t OQQIQ — 

1. Four-storied ( building ). 
9 I qQOTI? 9fl©Q 91 ai«q9l (9g) — 
2. Consisting of 4 planes or sides; cubical. 
** 9- (9 SI)— C9IOIQ c^Q? qi9l<3 — 
Four stories of a building, 
©$9I«— q. 9— SlcH©9 ©l»9Gas-— 

Chatustala A kind of measure in music (M. W.). 

Chatustriinsa 34 th. 

3. Q— aeta©— God Prajapati ( M. W. ) 
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Chatustrimsat ^ # a© ) — ©QQQ0; *"* — 34. 

9^1 — *>tf Q°CH9 — 34 in number. 

Chatustrimsattama 00a a ( TO9 ) 

Chatustrimsa ( See ) 
0$p9-v. 9<si. (o$«4-q«)— qaqwiial— 

Chaturatra Covering a period of 4 successive 

nights. 
9*. Q— CMQeGOti — 

Kame of a ceremony (M. W.). 

Q© 4 (Q©*ii9)— gi. (qoq) 9^1 ( go. o^§) o$qq siq^ 

Chatiu (etc) Q©|Q« (©$.9 «0qgfl9««» TO«)~ 

Incorrect pronunciation of the word 

chatur prefixed to words (see words 

beginning with Chatur ). 

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Chafcwara v | gi€j>« ; aci«| — 1. Court-yard. 

^ 1 oasT ggo 9fl©o ^3— 

2. A levelled spot of ground prepared 

for a sacrifice. 


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v t 9GP99 — 4. Stage; ampitheatre; arena. 
* I C©q- q,Q69l32ll ^8—5. A squar. 
9 I Q$S2lj SQ — 6. Cross-way (M.W t ) 
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Chatwarataru &96§ $3§[9I Cl$ — 

A tree growing on a cross-way (M W.) 
09IQ- 9°. 5. ( ©s+eiQ )— e 1 w spew — 
Chatwara 1. Four. 

-> t 9^19 ( 693 ) 
2. Chatwala ( See ) 

©§i€}*€i— a . 3. (o^ift # ao v + aoaef, «)— v«q q9tf- 

Chatwariinsa 40 th. 

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Chat war i insat €L9€| * ff ° — 40 . 

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Chatwala g$jj — 1. A hole in the ground for the 

(s^lft— siQi^Q) sacrificial fire. 

5 I 9QI 01 02199$! Qilti; 9Q9Q — 

2. A paved^fioor or platform, 
m 1 CKf—S.^Womb (M. W.) 

v i 9#j ^ao^-- 4. The Kusa grass (M.W.) , 

999 (qqw)— 6969. 9 ( n. ^90 )— 

Chadara etc €^qq ^Q«I9 (CQ5t) 

(<3QQ — eio^a) Chadara etc. (See). 

qqj— 69. 9 (3. oe^ai^)— afl^ij osfei— 

Chads Threatening; reprimand. 

99ift9|— 69. ^—99919 SfQ^a— 

Chadaiba The causative form of Chadiba. 

^rft ^'ca qqiqqq a« efiQiaQO, goq »^a 9GQ wqqq i 

99199—69. a (e. 9S? ^1$) — gS9ilt9«i€9 9S?ffl 91 
Chadachacli aa© — Mutual threatening or 

vssrNasr reprimand. 


Chadamarkata <§ qaQfifl — Threatening and 

making faces. 

QQ9i — QQ. ^ (e. w £1|^- gi. Q^)— t I aq«!Q^i — 
Chadiba , 1. To threaten, 

^ I SUQBIQ 9991; 01©Q 9519I — 
2 To caution; to warn. 

00 aGQ a«OGS ffSlfti 

g^a QQiq 9qqi gs?i— 9^99"-. 5«oi9C4i05a 1 
0$fl©§ 69QI— 69. 9 -©©w'f 6991 (69«0 

Chadimarkati heba Chajimarkati heba (See). 

<3©«i — giCQ WIQ99) 9 — ^<3Q gaGQ a<?iQ9i %a- 

Chankha QGQ'a— A kind of rafter put on the 

roof of thatched house. 

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Chanchan ^6^199^® QQ^SQ 9^giql 9^1 91 

fi^flH 6^W €11*3351© 6©€1IQ^Q— 1. Smarting pain 

due to contraction of vens or muscle. 

> I 9Q2Q (OT«) 

2. Chhanchhan (See 1 . 
©09QIQQI— gi€9 ( gaQ^LQ ) 3— t } 69^3 9K&6Q 
Chanchanaiba «^> <5Q©|g@Q qo9©l — 

1. To be engaged in a work with 

avidity. 
? I (93) 9$9I; 90IQ91, Q\Q * 6991— 
2. To ache (said of boil). 
OQ09IQ— 69. ©— ©GJ91Q (GQ«) 

Chananhara Chandrahara (See). 

091©— 69. 9 (919)— (3, 6>«$CI|) — 98196) *Q<3) qy^ 
Chanab <9, §^ 6>99 -c© QdW— The chanab, a 
CStfft tributary of the Iudua. 

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991—91. 9~6«1^5)— 

Chani Cow'd wine. 

9© (ii|^)— «— «. I <#JIQ9I — 

Chand (root) 1, To shine; to .glitter. 

V I «KM99 95191— 2. To gladden- 


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Chandaka G^ftfllS — A small white circular 

fresh-water fish. 

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2. Sandal-paste. 

3. Name of a monkey-general. 

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4. Pasaruni ( See ) 

G9. Q— O^O QIJH ( G9« ) — 

Chandana jatra ( See ) 

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Chandana-argali q^fifl|Q ^99^8 ©W9IOG9 3[9l§) 

—€^991^ 9d9 S>^Q «qlq 91 G9GJQ 9ttQ 

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aw 6 £1 191 ETSIQGQGS* 91% QQQ §<J 6 39IQ- 
G9€ft 91% 9Q ^<3— Stout wooden bars 

put at the entrance to the main temple of 

a Deity. 

9IGQ ©<38 HQQ Sffl^ QO$ I 9101* S^s^O^QlOi I 

OOQGQ©91— 6Q. $— 9<539G9 Q%OQQ GQ99 QQ91-— 

Chandana gheniba To besmear the body with, 

es«f^ sfHI sandal paste. 

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Chandana ghoriba 9^9GQ§)G9 ai3G9Q <3€9I — 
Ei$f^ ^t To rub sandal-wood on a stone 

^(^51 fiwiT slab with water to prepare paste. 

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Chandanacharchchita G9IQ^9i (3*339) — 

(body) Besmeared with sandal-paste. 

00001© -qi. $ (^r. ©Q©+aipO— ©©Qaipi (gq«)— 

Chandanajata Chandanajatra (See) 

0©© 6©fift— G9. 9 (e. OQQ + €«©)— 0^9 9IO^ 
Chandana tela G9^1©9a§^l^l^ 9(919 9^991 G«R — 
^ss^f C5»f Sandal oil. 

©o© ©io— G9. 9. .(e. ©o© + «iaiQi)— c«aiq ©©9^ 

Chandana dan q^ 9h99(9 9&9I QQQty ^.019 aip — 
b^ Wfa A tray or cup for keeping sandal-paste 

9©9 GU^— ff. 9. («. a. G<3; 0©9©»9I €^9) — 

Chandana dhenu a^q^9SI ^©1 9K3Q ^919 S^flGQ 

99991 ©Q©©©*©! 99^1 9t^— 
A cow with its calf smeared with sandal- 
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during ber obsequies, 

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Chandana nagara QCIQeGSS — Jfame of a village 
5*5fWt? belonging to the .French near Calcutta. 

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Chandana naiba Chandana gbeniba (See) 

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Chacdana pati q|q grf^ cq| | G91C^$I QG9Q 

^^"^TO af 9| ©§) — Strips of sandal-paste 

^^•N»i 15^ painted over the brow from the middle 

along the cheeks on both sides. 

(right aad left). 

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Chandana pali G^l-fl" 9$9 Q&9 6 Qg §$99 

9i£JI9 Wk?Q $Q — One of the 21 days 

of the festival of Chandanajatra . 

Q&Q q$— q». §.— (e$Qlg;©QQ 9Q q9l§9 q$£H9ls)™ 

Chandana pushpa ^ 1 G^Qcf —1. Cloves. 

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of the Sandal tree. 

Gfi>9 6S€>— 69. 5. ( e" eQQ+0|O )— 9Q99tO 

Chandana per£i GQIQ9I9 a£IQ©9 — A piece of 

IFSR^flffe circular plate or slab of stone on which 

^H^fa^^ftgfeqT sandal wood is rubbed for 

preparing sandaLpasle. 

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Chandana besa ^QIQCQ 91 SQlGrGQ 0«0 GQQOgiq 

QQQQI G9Q — Annointing or besmear- 

ing the body with sandal-paste. 


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^^t^t ? 919 9GQ; QCP® S90I 6 till 

£!!££» qpj,)— A kind of venemous viper 

with yellow body with 3 lines of black 

circular l t marks; Vipera Russelai 

Daboia Eusselli; Russell's viper, 

QQQ GOIOOI— G«. Q— ^^IQ'GQ OQQ GQQ9 gQ91— 
Chandana boliba To smear the body with sandal- 
{QQ& GfiiSQI — «ffi%a) paste. 

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Chandana jatra ^t QQ ggqQ (§ q^lCQ ^, 

^QGOM^Q^oiQi 6 qoaisi 6 99 99 giQ- 

qW«1%. G^Q G90IGQ qaGQ 9^IQ 9Qfl9| 
ftftSi^l^Q €^9 — The festival of taking 
out the image of a Deity to a tank 
and giving it a boating in the afternoon 
and evening for 21 days begining with 
the third day of the light fortnight of 
the month of Baisakha, 

Q&Q QGIQQl— GQ- ff .— G»«Q G<SS>91 (€9«) 
Chandana lasjaiba Chandana gheniba (See? 

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Chandanasariba ^<a© v ^l«q.Q ^ g ^ fia©I^G«l€i - 
A kind of sweet smelling medicinal creeper. 

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Chandana Q£99df aal ; ffaalft 9QIGQ GQtQQ 

q«K3«i ^.aaKi^wrwQ GQraS^ qigq— 

Palosornis Nepalensis; a species of short 

and broad-tailed singing parrots whic fl 

can be taught to sing; the jaco bird. 

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©GOtGft— e- S. (A. a- 6Q; OQQ^^ «©»)— 
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Ghats in South India where sandal trees 

abound. 

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(QQQIQhGQQ- TOnfflS) prepared for keeping the 

brain cool. 

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Cbandani mati Pebbly soil. 

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Chandaras »a ©SIG$ 9n9§Q <ja©A»©Cfl«; 

^rfc? 5Ht F A white-yellow resin exuding from 

3 H^<H Barbary tree; Indian capal; Peney; 

©'• Q§^? Varnish tree; Vateria Indica; 

69. $BI^ Sandarac. 

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Cha-nda > I «©t$9 §IQ— 

Jt?t 2. Bare or open space. 

tft^t * 1 &§Q s|yii©coaQ ©ft qi as— 

3. A distinguishing mark on the 

boundary of a land # 

ck^l 9$i— GQ0Q5© { G§s ); aiflrq — 

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Chandia ( See ) 
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y^ 1 1. An adulteress. 

^ra«snu£ > 1 gsi sflasiiQ ga°gi «ica ocq— 
(OTOQ— acpiqa) 2 A self -advertising woman. 

GOeiiP §<3 — A flirt. 

Chandai pana 1. Self-adulation o£ a woman; 

^tTOt^t self-aggrandisement' 

( OCQQQa— aCH^Q) 3Q%Q — Flirtation. 

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Chandai heba QQQI; aMIf 2DG9 GO«l£i GWl, 

^H«l!^l^1 gq ©q ewi— 1. To self-adver- 

(OGC?Q G9QI — 80^8) tise; to aggrandise one's 

self. 

>I.W9QC99li QQQfirlfiq QI^GO«S|l S9!€! 

Q€$9I — 2. To show outward signs of 

amour; to flirt. 

o©iq§i— go. ©«— aMQq^GQ G9a ©i@— 

Chandamuuda Bald-headed. 

■ ■ 

0©2fl— 9IG0 (^Q9^ ©tf» f e- OQ)— ^*i qgGQ qa 9| 

Chandia aoi <?(q ffi\ (a^LBlQ) — (a horse or cow\ 

Having a white patch on the 
face or brow 

(aai— oe^fl €0191 1) 

Chandira 1 | qc? — 1. The moon. 

} I 99,1 — 2. Elephant. 

q«jo— giGO (gpwqjs) $ («r. o^i^a, %o g , oq9I) — 

Chandua Off |OQ; ^l9dQI — An awning. 

©»£— G0.^» (Q5f20 flO)— €1Q Q<5 SPIQSi M 2HQOeOQ 

Chanduka G9IQQQI -«g©IQ ogi— 

1 A goldsmith's mould with several holes 

to suit many forms. 


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Chanden 9Q6Qg9l giQlQ tt«ip— 

gf'^ft Name o£ an ancient town in Gwaliar, 

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Chandeli fltf^ 91 QPqpgiQQTQ «P a«l — 

t»C»VT'=i Name of a branch of the Rajputs, 

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©©,—2. 9 (oq % ai$==<3gaiQQi+g<S. p)— 
Chandra * l «^Q ; ©9 — 1. Moon. 

2. One of the nine planets of Hindu 

astrology. 

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^5, e«i«w6Q gqpstp ca«iq§ $<"; spsgp 

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o© ^9lG^9fij flg^G^ «Qgifi» «Q9i ^^^ qg«€Q 
m I ] 

« | qaQO© PI — 3 - The black round spots 
bordered by concentric bands ofjbrilliant 
blue, green and gold on the tail-feathers 

of a peacock^ 
^ | qqq — 4. Campher. 
* I ©»— 5. Water- 
9 , ^4— 6. Gold. 
9 I qiQp — 7. Diamond. 
r I g1a§GS<3 — 3 * Name of an island. 
d l (pisai^)) i!fllO«5T QQOQ ^fifS^ QWQ 

Q?[GQ a^i 9iG^«*1ap GPg— 

2. The amorous centres said to be in the 
different limbs of a woman on 
different days, by titillating 
which a woman becomes very- 
amorous andundergoes orgasm. 

%®% l ] 

to I (HCH €0 aGQ Giaia pgw) gd^ 9m§~ 

10. A superior being. 

\v i pg^Q^( GQ<a ) 

11. Chandrabindu ( See ) 

« > 1 G^# q^l («- 9Q3WGI)— 12. Red pearl. 

6 Q t ^ — i | OQ^GQSISIQ 9IP ©Ifl — 

1. Name for calling Chandrasekhara. 

3 I q£ pi 6P?aiq<!ji— 
2 Gold or silver coin. 

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<as. cgfiqaiaa i 

* I <q»QP«IGP PQ2JSOI 9aiQ Gl»ai«llP€Q QCT 

GPPI W§ QWjO pttlQSf— 3. Black 

paint used for dying Ganjapa cards. 

v I ( pS*8 as? ) %l 55PGQ a^oQl^O %ai PI 

%^IQ ^ft^lPQG^^ — 4. A gold or silver 

ornament for the head, shaped 

like a crescent. 

■*■ i PGfiP pSaior «aiaiaes«— 

5. A family-title of Bengalee goldsmiths. 


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QI9— 6 Name of the part of the river 

Chenab near its source. 

ST, 9«|— WMQ^Q— Delightful. 

[ <§— ©^ GSfWIQQ 3(9iq Q*i§fllMr ©W 

SGaisoc^, Sqo^, ago©, GSQia©^, wjlaog 

Chandra-udia ©1©GQ ©6giQSJ G9Q 9© aoi aGQO 
WPIta 6031914; SR?Oia— A firework emitting 
fffmwt white light; the Bengal Lights. 

GQ. W— 05 m <LQ9 6 €J§ Q— 

Lovely and bright like the moon; moonlike. 

«g®— sr. ©• ( og+%W€eL s> )— 1 1 q^po^oi— 

Chandraka 1. The circular spot or eye on the 

tail-feather of the peacock. 

-> I 8$Q; Q»^3 S}Qi3 — 2. A circular thing; 

a circular ring shaped like the moon 

( M. W. ). 

* I OQ $qO—%* The orb of the moon. 
"* I <+3IGa. Q) QQ — 4. The moon. 

* I ff<a— 5. Finger-nail. 

6. A small circular freshwater-fish. 
s> I ©g«Q<a < §. aOTI€iQ ) — 

7. Moon's rays. 
r I XQ\ QQQ ( §. a£?9l€IQ ) — 

8. White pepper. 

<; 1 9i^GSiaqaQqpq3<steGa9(§.as?qiciQ)— 

9. Name of a secondary musical air. 

10. Black pepper ( M. W, ) 

©09 qq — sr. ©. (959+ op )— 

Chandraka chula ag,$ QQGG* SlQQrlQ q£Q 9i9§© 
SWp9SQ 49 — Tail-feathers of the 
peacock tied into a bunch and put on 
the head as an ornament. 

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0»Q©|— 3. ©- ( ?«|1 ©9^; ©£ + ©Q| ) — 

Chandrakala *. | gj ©qq ^? iy»aQ <9l # a ; ©Q- 

flg«Q gsiqs q«Q «© qa — 

1. One of the 16 parts of a full moon; a 
digit of the moon's orb, 

s£Q c<as* «©opi owf ^fi9i«a / 

[ q— owq csi^a QffliQ ©is — agi, aai, 
W*l, QQ, gig, ao, q^, c*wi, fl<3]©, a o qjwa, 
asp q, afi-a, a^i, ga^iai, ^f 6 sbqqi i ] 

^ 1 OQSgoGQ ewflei ©«sr — 

2. Spots on the moon's disc. 

3. Name of a heavenly nymph. 

•38. C9C9$J£K>Qlq I 

v 1 og$Qd ( g. ami-aQ )•— 

4. Moon's rays. 

* I Q®t G9IQ ( g. a^qisiQ )— 

5. A small drum. 

6. Name of a musical measure or cadence. 

-aiOQI ^^1— 1. Name of a girl brought 

up by the Raja of Jalantara who was 

'the patron of the Oria poet Kabisurjya. 

aq JW ©IQi^GQ^ —2 . Title of an 
unfinished Oria poem by poet Kabisurjya. 
0§9I$— 3.S. (9gg1§> Og SiS% 01^ «» 3^ 9I9IQ)— 
ChAndrakanta t I Oiq®0 ^QGag — 

e- ©©OS, 0GQI9«, 1. A fabulous gem; the 

moon-stone; jasper. 


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€SaG§ SSGJQQ^ a§>QI%<l<fl GJQ09QI OQ GQ«I- 

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* I ( Q$g1fi ) Q3^— 3 - Water lily.! 


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69. S>. 3.° ( ©Ifl )— GQW ©Ifl— 
Name given to males. 

^§©191— e. ©. 31. ( .*ql ©^ G>§§1g; ©Qj+qigH- 

Chandrakant'a $1. n ) — *. I GCil^l — 

1. Bays of the moon; moon-light. 
-» t m— 2. Night. 

* I OIQOI— 3. Star. 
■« I <§)<a*l— 4*. Herbs. 

* I QGjagl — 5. The wife of the moon-god. 

9 t ©e««r w o^GQ?^ Qwajqi— 

6. Name of the capital of the ancient 

King Chandraketu. 

©©©!§>-- e. 9. ( ©$©1*3 O^+Oigj ) — 

Chandrakanti < I 9©©- ^Q|; q©| — 1 Silver. 

-> I «L§i 9KJ9I— 2. Oyster. 

* K $q1 ©o v ) ©e>s GSNIQ8— 
3. The brightness of the moon. 

C©. ©— Q%lWGas— 

A kind of sweetmeat. 

■©§$)— e. «. ( s§©+Q©; oi- *>©■ )— «nsp— 

Chandraki Peacock. 

©©$©—£. ©«. ( OTO + q§ie^QO» $Q. ©IQ©©. 

Chandrakita ©^e© )— QQp$t Q?,© GQIQCGII© 

©99 3%— Furnished with myriads of 

brilliant moonlike spots (M. W.). 

-©§€©%— ST- ©- (©W) — QSdQQ 0© q# — 

Chandraketu Name of a son of Lakshmana. 

©<§sq— sr. Q- (p$ ®^ og+a^) — 1 1 aai©ig<»i — 

Chandrakshaya The newmoon day. 

«JGQ? GQfllflM ©Iff— 2. The night when 
the moon is not at all seen. 

©©39>- e. ©. (©i«0— ©«s ( eQfii ) 

Chandragupta Chitragupta ( See ) 

€9. ©~-i i ©1© wras §©qq©- flflsisij© 6 sj]: ei; 

O^ef SlWlQ q©OTfll% — An emperor 

of India ( whose capital was Magadha) 3 a 
contemporary of Alexander the Great. 


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2. Name of a powerful king of the Gupta 

Dynasty. 

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3. Name of the grandson of the above 

Chandragupta. 

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Chandragruha The zodiacal sign of Cancer. 

©gflM— sr. «. (?<il ooj q?giq oqqtq »«)— 

Chandragrahana q^ ^j qg^Q g^^iq ©<S;W 
«*g|Oft — Lunar eclipse. 

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Chandracharlehala A kind of freshwater- fish . 

q^o©©— e. 9. ( ?%1 ©« v 3 og+oo© )— 

Chaiidrachalana (e©*)!©^) ©g^TG) 00qS% TO 6 * 
qS^ Cl^ — (Astrology) The motion of 
the moon from one zodiacal sign to ' 

another* 

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cular day of the lunar fortnight by a 
lover, by which she becomes very excited. 

"QgqQO— 9- 9— ( £^1©©,; ©Q^+qQQ )— 

Chandra chalana qq ^ft9 (6*5*®) 

Chandra chalaka (See). 

-«©.qe©i— e©. § — ils«©(3r era QQ wee qq ©q 

Chandra chaliba ©3[G© 39§© '©Q/<^ 9tflSI63)l£j 
9^1§| ©»IQ9I — To titillate the diffe- 
rent parts of the body of a woman 
on different days of the fortnight. 

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1. God Siba ( lit. moon-created). 
* | as?©$6$9 — 2. Name of a mountain. 

©©G91fl9 9$QQQ 96£9©— 69. 9 ( Olfl ) — 
Chandrachurdamani harichandana jagadeba 

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3?<©9©l ©Qft| ©€)gs« — 

Name of the late Raja of Surangi in 

the district of Ganjam. 

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Chandrachora bahinipati «Q9Qfij «$iW$©l»Gi q£] 

t«lOQ<q%— «©i ©ia) Mi q^» gc^is m- 
©©» ©qs ara©© ©Gtfi s§<s> ©6© ©i§«a— 

Name of a Brahman Pandit of Puri 

district in the reign of Akbar* who is 

reputed to have acquired supernatural 

powers by Tantric exercises. 

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Nivea, (M. W. ) 

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Chandrahasa 3. (See) 

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Chandrama ( Moon-light* 

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a gem. 

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nights. 

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the top of a building. 

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river mentioned in Biahnu purana. 

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top of a building, 

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bright £ortnight_ 

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Cbandralekha Chandrarekha (See) 

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Chandrasura Halima 'See). 

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B^t^r 1. A waist-chain set with circular 

'^'SIK; t|^«H(|C bits- 

> I qoiq 9iopeag— 

2 A kind of necklace. 
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Chain which keeps the heavy pendants 
of the ear suspended. 
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Chandrahasa ^0919 Q6Q )— ^ I q9«3Q «© — 
1. The sword of Eabana. 
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J I eoffli— 2. Silver. 

* I 0©©S>2fl ©Q91Q — 3. A dazzling sword- r 

a glittering scimitar ( M, W» ) 

q^C £Q$G> 991 ©CO, I^O Q«| 

9i9!«Q ©»,9i9 S^l*© G9C$ 1 gaifiitef^ fl9'9l?l I 

4. A sweet smile (compared to the rising 
of the moon or the moon's ray). 

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Q«. G9GQ*i«©OiQ I 

S9. ^ — (^ql ©Oj ©Q«QSI — Moon light. 

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©09W-3- 9-^1 (0^ + 93 ai^-f-a + ^l. a)— 
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Cardifolia; Cocculus Cordifolius (creeper 

and flower 1 . 
9 I OaiaCflQeaS— 2. Name of a Jogini 

(M.W.> 
©O^Q^— ^. 9. ( OQ + gQ^li- ^©. QQQQQQ ) — 
Chandrahiranya GOfEM — Silver* 

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©gi— e, 9. qj. ( oq+sd ) — t 1 ©guso; qoa— 

Chandra 1, Awning; L canopy. 

> I a»IQO— 2. Cardamum. 

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3. Coccutus Cardifolius ( creeper ).. 


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CT. 9— * I ©QI9«lQ 910019— 

1. A name for calling Chandrabali. 

J I ©© 9i«9 9i§Q 2lO|Q6 919913— 

2, A name for calling- a person named 

Chandra in familiarity 

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9crio 9§t?aqr 9G9iaia ( <crl£j oo^aiSQ 

2iaQ*a )— 3. A family title of Bengalee 

goldsmiths domiciled and naturalised 
in Oriasa for generation. 

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©§I9G— *. 9— < I ( 9$ «9j «© H-a®a ) G©1ltf— 
Ohandratapa 1. Moonlight, 

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9SI QQ9I+2I; W! QQ^OdQ QQ ©GilQfl 
9GQ ) OP® — 2 - Canopy; awning. 

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3. An open hall ( M. W. ) 
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Chandranana QQ999 ( G9«i ) 
( OClfiKW— $ ) Chandrabadana ( See ) 

1, A name of Karttikeya. 
> I QiaeiQSMI^ SIQ9Ga<a ( S1Q©§© )— 

2. Name of a hero of Kalika ( M. W.) 
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«S§J )— ©QTOGIj QQj aft 9G9I9Q Sjfit 

9S%I ( %1 ) — ( a woman ) Having a face 

as lovely as the moon. 

O^IQl® — ^- Q* ( 9$9l§; GO, + SialQt =iiG^« )— 
Chandrapilda t I ©9^ 09—1 giba. 


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2. Name of the son of Tarapirda, a hero 

of the Sanscrit novel Kadambari. 
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3, Name of a son of king Janamejaya 

( M. W. ) 

* i Qtqofce go Qi€ilQ9 9M qoi ( .qo- 

OSlCpdl ) — 4. Name of a king of 
Kasmira, brother of Taraplzda (M.W) 

* i qi«s^,q qeiweaQ (QaweoqioQ)— 

5. Name of a prince of Kanyakubja(M.W) 
9 \ 9l&9ig.qC«l§ ^lQQGQg ( ^1Q099 )— 

6. Name of a hero of Kalika {M.W. ) 

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Chandrabali ga^ffl) — The wife of Gobardhhana 
Malla and said to be a female-companion 

of Srikrishna. 

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99§j «§ < qaw qflfl, ogg^r OQii, <w fli©ior 

919 9Qfl«l I ] 

> I GSHGQieeM ( 99 C OQ9)— 
2. Name of a Jogini. 
?. 9. g.°— OQ99^l — Moonlight; moon-beam. 
©OIQQ— ff. ©. {9$9l@; OO H-a)^)— 9«aCi 2BQI«GQ 
Chandrabhasa G9GO G9G» G9«ll99l 5)^091— 

Palse moon; a mirage resemleling the 
moon appearing in. the sky (M. W.)- 

Chandrarddha 1- Half-moon. 

9 I ( s*g<siia ) Qi^eioiqQQ acrGQ 9W19I 
951^GQ -Ql^9 91 Oi^9!^!Q 9q3IQ|i9l 
a^O^lQtQ 9«QO— A semicircular mark 
made by a lover on the body of his 
or her sweet heart during amorous 

dalliance. 

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3. A semicircular or crescent shaped mark 

drawn on the forehead with sandal- 
paste 


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Chandraloka ^ I ©Q9Qtf — 1. Moonlight. 

,> 1 q1^«3 qq ©is© 99? 3«1© ot« a»TO- 

9OT€«ra ( S$Q9IQ )— 2. Title of a 
work on rhetoric by Piyushabarsha. 

* I ©£}G99q)Q «SlQg£©GS<9 — 3. Name of 
a work on rhetoric by Jayadeba (M. W t ). 

Chandrasma Moon-stone; a kind of gem, 

W ? 9I— *. 9. (Oft +39 + a)— t I OQ^Qd— 
Chandrika 1. Moonlight. 

J I ©^OOiq— 2. The pupil of the eye. 

* I ©Q§I©I Wl — 3* River Chandrabhaga. 

v I 51^1 fiQ G«tQ9lQ ©p© ©®— 
4. The circular multicoloured mark or 
eye on the tail-feather of a peacock. 

* I $£|€IS>H1S— 5. The chanda fish; a kind 

of small circular w,hite water-fish. 
p I 2|Q — 6. Mica. 

7. A metre of 13 letters. 

r | g*,q 9<%9I<3] qp— 8. A kind of thorny 
plant; Ranwofolia Serpentina. 

* I Q\m ( G©« ) 
9. Halima ( See ) 

\o| 3»fl§j. G9*ilQ8 — 10 - Splendour (M. W.). 
^ I SIGrQj OQI— !'• Baldness <M. W ). 
o I eiOlQO— 12 Cardrfmums (M. W.). 

*.<*> I Ati ejft— 

13. Jasmine; Jasminum Zambac ( M, W. ) 

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14. Trigonella Fenugreek ( M. W. ) 

15. A name of the Chandrabhaga river. 
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sbggi©©i 9i 9ii«9» sg— 

16. Elucidation of a particular subject. 

(M.W.) 


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17. A flowering shrub. 

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©^91^93 — Moon-stone. 

©§9iQiql— a- ©, (©©9i + ai ai^+9(§. q©j tqi. ^9.) 

Chandrikapayi G3 ©O.^Qdl 91© 9QQ)— OG9I9 

a®1 The chakora bird (M. W.) 

©§91— 6Q. ^— 9gq|— Eedness. 

Chandrita 

Chandrima ©^ ©M^ CQ^I— Moonlight (M. "W.) 
©§»— «. ©. C ©^+SI@ 2I&G9. ^o ) — 
Chandrila v | §9 — 1.. God giba. 

> I ©l§9; QfJIQ — 2. Barber. 

* 1 91^9 91 9aa did — 3. A kitchen herb; 

Ohenopodium Album. 
©6©jQq— «T. e. ( ^|1 ©©; ©G^+QQCj )— 

Chandrodaya t | O^QTQ a^Q; €»il^ fl IQ »QqV 
1. The rising of the moon; moon-rise. 

> I ©QI9Q; €lQa— 2. Canopy ( M. W- ) 

* 1 ©€^19^ wqw ( ©Q'a ; 

3. Name of mercurial preparation 

■tf 1 (©is) ai§9asal£j 6&it9t9em — 

4. Name of a Pandaba warrior ( M. W. ) 

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Chandrodayamakaradhwaja ^i«3f© Q9I^© g)gy. 
©GQ^ ( 39QS9 ©G» CQI* CQ3i )— 

Name of a mercurial preparation of 
mercury and sulpher burnt in a covered 
bottle with gold 

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Q€«,iQq€i— e. ©. ( ?ql qo ; ©g+sja^a ) — o^w 

Chandroparaga Lunar Eclipse, 

©s^iqq— ff. q. (a.a cq> ©§99491433130 §a©)— 

Chandropala ©q Q|^?)g} — The moon-stone. 

^®l (QOT©)— G©. © — OQ1 Q©«*!© ( G©<31 ) 

Chandha" (etc) Chanda etc. ( See ) 

^>€©Q— G©. ©• %1— rasgT %1 asf©© 1 ! 9i ©i©§j© fiq 

Chandhei ©l^©©) g©lti ©£© — Flirt 

©Q (QWQ)— 91. ©■ 

Channa (etc) 

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Channi Cham (See) 

•Qfl % (ai%)— V I ©^©Q©l; OQ9I— 

Chap (root) 1. To reduce to powder; to pound. 

9 I ©3© ©&©l— 2. To go. 

« 1 «8^§91— 3. To caress; to soothe (M.W.) 

« I 91$ ©i G©©! — 4. To console (M. W.) 

* I ©©*§©!; ©Q©l— 5. To knead. 

$ I OWI*— 6. To cheat. 

5> I aiQG^Q^t— 7. To pat. 

r l Q$©| — 8. To bruise; to pestle. 

QQ — 6"3G9. 9. ($'• ©a)— GaSi G9IQ §<3|©I©I© ©©I 
Chap 9|°g«jg — Fried piece of minced meat; 
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Chapkan ©§©[) $£}!§_ SjS^; SiQi C©9<i> 4Q 9Q 
^l^m ©9 dGQ')— aOIGftSi© ©g $$l— A long 
Tjq^H Indian coat reaching to the knees 

chapkan. 

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Q0OQ— w, 9. ©«.— ( *. ©as> )— ataigjQ. a© al<a ; 

Chapchap $Q$— Very quickly; hastily; very 

^ swiftly. 

*i<rc G©. a.— (wicfo)— t 1 q<jQ 9( 9^^ 

5*t5*t q^ ©Q Old ©1 Sja G^©|© sq 5 ^SLHSl - 
=3ig£, «PT? ^f Sound of licking or lapping of 

some liquid by a dog or oat. 
J I W Q8 aiS ©I ©1^1 391 ©jajgQ ^ ftQ ,Q 
a©; ©9© ©3Q— 2. Splasting sound pro- 
duced by walking on a place in which 
there is 1 or 2 inches of water or slime. 

©8©a«o— fliw. ( $HW ) w.— ( §» ; §. ©gg>ai ) 

Chapchapia SJOIftai— Gummy; sticking. 

©0J51— g«GQ. (^Qqs) ©.— ©»i^9— 

Chapra Marsh; moor; fen- 

3®^F9T GQ. ©. (ff. ©9©)— o©q (;©a) 

Ohatara (See) 
G©, M. — t I ©©51l§ (ai«)— 

1. Muddy (place) (Beams). 
9 I g$gg}2i— 2. Moist (place). 

©Q^qa— gqg©. $.— ^ 1 (eri. ©aqgp ©a v =©ifl+^=r 

Chap-ras Q|©|«; QI9I ©1^1 ©t^% 3Q&I3Q a<3(IQ 

51*1*1*1 9<wqa«> aio)— B€Ji©ifli6©9Q©^ ©©?qa 
^qrm eaigi© 6ja6© di©«i ©€tg©i 9©»is> ©?© 

a»©~A badge of a peon; a plate 
containing engravings of ,fche name of 
the master or department under whom 

a peon serves. 

> 1 fcri. ©aqS) — ©aqq1 5 8?8©i— A peon. 
« 1 (at)— ©©©© ©i^ot©^ ^©IQ^Gfl 9irf" cS 
Qi^itii^©^ ^51©©! ©3 ( <iaq » ^gss 

©©©© ©1^ ©iOG© «3q ©© aiG© ©!§ }— 

3. The act of bending the teeth of a saw 

alternatively a little to the right and 

to the left. 

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Chaprasi fl^TO ©^ ©^ 9^ ©QG© €jaa^ QK 
Pt*tirpH ©qi GQ ©0©9 S^ai-ci-aQQl, gci©i; Sag — 
9^# An orderly peon; peon (wearing 

a badge ). 


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Chapata Slapping; slap, 

wife gq. 9 ( e. oeati qa )— £ i eiiqi©— 

*n?f Hurt, injury. 

> I ©QQQ1©Q 2IQQI — 

2. Risk; hazard; apprehension of danger. 
m I ^9; €gfi4l^*S>^— 3. Pressure, 
v | 910^ — 4. Responsibility. 

* I €0*5*1 — ^- Oppression. 

9 I 910; 9©i Cfia^KJ— 6- Loss. 

7. Pressure of business; overwork. 
Q8*l€tlG— g. 9 (*qi ©©j ©as +SJC3I©) — qqgn giQQi— 
Chapataghata Slapping; blow with the flattened 

palm. 
09©O9©— G9. « {»lGQQ*)— 1 ! 9GIQ a»Qgi&a©— 
Cbaparchapar 1. Pattering of rain. 

6*te<1 j i «5Q ©§> u&p aiSt 91 9i§a ^91 <ji©gq 

*Kr?^F G£|9 4QGQ fl9l3|Q£ffi>Q a©— 2. Splasting 

sound produced by a person walking 

on a ground in which there is one or 

two inches of water. 

©0Q— GQ. ©«a— v i sc& aft 391 (gi©)— 

Chapara 1. Marshy (Grundy), 

> I W^fl^j €K^« — Muddy (Grundy), 

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Chapala ©QIQ© )— * I ©#3(91—1. Shaking; 
(©GOI— $1) trembling; wavering. 

} I ©Sfc; ©Q©Q28— 2 Agile; quick. 
'• \ ©9Q- 2lgQ — 3. Restless; unsteady. 

v I ©362; «9"Wg ©5 «^i ® — 

4. Unstable; fickle; inconstant* 

* i ^a'^I — S * Momentary; temporary. 

©QQ9U ^ | ^§ TO# $<b9qft«l— 6. Wicked, 

©afiSJ f 9. illmannered; wonton. 

p I y«| — 7. Insubordinate; insolent. 
r I gac^ft — 8 - Boastful, 
e I. §©» — $• Agitated- 
\. i «I9«i939©^— 
10. Of unsteady disposition; fickleminded. 


t*. I 21969©© — 11. Inoonsiderate; 

thoughtless. 
O I Q^QSfl — 12. Hasty. * 

w 1 S§}©— 13. Momentary; instantaneous, 
t* I G^1G9I^91 — 14. Moving to and fro. 
© — V I Ql©9 — 1- Mercury. 
^ie^Q-2. Thief, 

* i 9^ — 3. Pish. 

v I aS©§C3S — 4- A kind of mouse. 

* I 9iq ; Q90— 5. The wind. 

9 I 9£>l G51IQ<3 — 6, Black mustard (M. W> 

§> i cq©© ©is© 9«$ — 

7, A kind of perfume, 
r i SgQQG^Q— 8. A kind of stone (M. W.) 

9. Name of a demon causing diseases. 
@ . Q« — €flg ; OtO— Quickly. 
€Q. 9 — fll^te ©a9l«>?Ga , a— Name of a boat 

of ancient India. 

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Chapalagana — A troop of ill-mannered 

boys ( M. TV. ) 
9€»»©l— e- §(€»a« + ^9. 91) — 9^;€iq— 

Chapalata 1. Trembling. 

©9«3 I sjg Q -^ I 2JQ<.9i©— 2 ' ^ckJeness; 

«ta^ H J ^ inconstancy. 

* I ^Sfiji — 3. Hastiness. 

"tf l a€hOl — 4. Insolence. 

* I W^s G«09ISr1— 

5. Wickedness; wantonness. 
$ I aQ5j9l— 6. Rudeness; bad manners. 

O0«i9i«q— e. 3 — > i Ga^er^i— 

Chapalat5saya 1 Flatulence (M. W.). 

> i si«ii§— 2. Indigestion. 

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ChapalaswabhSba Unsteady nature. 

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Fickle-minded ( person )• 

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Chapaja Feminine of chapa]a. 


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liquor. 
J I 9Sl — -2- The Goddess of fortune, 

• I $£iQ; q^mo — 3 Lightning. 
v l 69€M — 4 Prostitute. 

* I 96GI§63$ — 5. Name of a metre. 
9 I 991 — 6. The tongue. 

9 I §a©l— 7- The longpeper (M. W.) 
r 1 21SSI $3 — 3. A disloyal wife (M. W.) 

9. The fifth note in music (M. W.) 

G0»i0le»i— *. © ( 9$ »®; oaai+«l9i )— 

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Chapalallla (See) 

qqqis— $r . w. 4' (9§<n§; oao «s)-ct Q9g9« sit 

Chapalaksha @a€jaw — One whose eyes move 
(OQOisI— 93)- to and fro 

Qgaifir— *. 9 ( 99?L8iJMQ+«r )— ff««9j »as?§- 

Chapalanga 9683— Porpoise; Gangeticus 

Delphinus. 

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1. The play-flash of lightning in 

the clouds. 

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$8199 — 2. Brisk movement of the 
limbs like lightning flash. 

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• Chapale 1. Quickly. 

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9 99 — -2- Precipitously. 

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919 699991 — 2. To soak ( said of 

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991— 69- 9 (e- 9a ai^=qf9l; 999l) — <* I «ta — 

Chapa 1. Pressure* 

EWt > | q,a9l) QI99J — 2. Pressing down. 

981991— 69. 9 — * I 9§9I &JI9 g|»^%a— 

Chapaiba 1. The causative form of ohapiba. 

^t*ri5T > I 919969 QOIfiq SI9H aiOOl 9g (69IW, 
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v I %<S^9I; «9a9Q9l— 

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9 I a9q<}lq G$9I 9^ 9qQ9l— 

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©flS'ni 931 9199 91991— To blot a 
writting with blotting. 
r l a^9IQ9l— -8* To threaten. 

99I9IG19— 69. 9.— < I CTQ* 919969 6£$69 919 
Chapakagaja 9|€l»gi^ 6aiS 6919 ai< 91 9199 

^ft^rcrf 1- Paper into which the ink soaks. 

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9i9ia«i69 s$9 9199% 919 6ai9 ©aaw— 

m 2, Blotting paper, 

9QI9S— 69. 9-— 991 (69«) 

Chapachapi Chapa (See) 

9091—69. 8 .— C?T. 9Q aiSL=^?9l)— ^ I 9Q9I— 
Chapiba 1. To sink down* 

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■etip n, ^H l 2. To soak or sink (said of ink 

soaking into paper). 

* I WI9 901069 9^ alQ ^9 6991 — 

&» To be frightened to silence. 


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v | £1$ « G99I--4. To be ashamed. 

00091—69. 9 .— ©§91 (G9«) 
Chapijiba Chapiba (See) 

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Chapeta 1, Slap, 

■> I e^3>IQ9l— 2. Patting; slapping. 

©6fl$l€N© — *. «.— OQWIO (C9«) 

Chapetaghata Chapataghata (See) 

O60§O— 9T- 9.— 06QS (G9SI) 

Chape^ika Chapeta (See) 

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Chapetika Chapeta (See) 

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Chabchab . ^$910 91 91 © Qiqft 9I69Q9IQ S9— 
E^tB 9 ! Splattering or splashing sound of striking 
^qr? ^Kfg or walking shallow water or mud. 

Chabra Chabra (See) 

©©fijOOi— gieo. (*v*«) $ — (%ya- g. 09101)— 

Chablaiba alqpQ©|— To ruminate. 

©ooi— co. 3.— a© sg «ciqo ofiiag— 

Chabaka Very small shallow tank. 

000— giCO. (t'9^) 3.^a©9Q 90|— A cup made 

Chabati of leaves sewn together. 

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Cha barga * Qi&© 9^— The 5 consonants allied 

to*ch\ 
09© — 3°. 3.— ©Q*9IO (eo«) 

Chabana Chaifikatha. 

001— giGO. W*tog$) §. — ©icTo*— 

Chaba The kasa reed. 

OO— 3°. 3.— OCf©IO (G93) 

Chabi Chainkatha (See) 

©Q9 i 

©3oi > «©iqq 

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©oogaaisi — gi. 9 — ©Qooaerawi (go«i) 

Chabidastiamana Chabisidastiamana (See). 

©0039001— $1. 9— -©9&9§2Jia9©l (C9«l) 
Chabidastipadika Chabisidastiapadika (See). 


QOO— GO. M (S- Q9©)— <. I QQQ (GOG) 

Chabila . L Chhaila (See) 

<WTl (g. qqq)— ^-| ©cjq. QQQ^qQ— 2. Fickle. 

o©« (qow) — go. © (sr- o^?*a; gi. oq3si)— 

Chabisa etc 09S QO1I0 (GOG) 

Chabisi etc (See) 

©0«i%*i— co. 3— >^ G€i?<a1 aio fijtl GO€Q ©a"%. 

ChabisakutS * o g^g} ^qq QIQ9IQ S3© — 

The mode of supplying 10 c G-aunies' 

of rice for every 24 G-aunies of 
paddy given to a woman of husking. 

[ g— saq eoaCQ M c«?«1 aio G^esi %l^eil- 

«WGO to eSTtfl €J«OI €|QO QSI^ (^ ^v Gfilfeil blfii 

G9G& l« Gfll«l «qp -qgQO W§ I Vo Gflfdl 

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Chabi$akutSpramane qq(^ q<$q §qq\ gg^gQ — 
At the rate of 10 gaunies of rice for 
every 24 gounies of paddy given to the 

husked. 

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Chabisaduisaha 224. 

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Chabisasahe 324 

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Chabisi COIf*^ Q& «^9 ^«*il; 0^* a W 11 — 
5f^*f 24; Twentyfour. 

^fW 9^1 — ^ I ©$?•« ^^19 — 

1 Numbering twentyfour. 
-> I O^^SO CJOfl — 2. Twentyfourth. 

OOfiQ^I— GO. 9— 90^0; ?IG9I^§)— 
ChabisighantS Day and night. 

0090^80 f»l€t— €9. 9 — €^@0 G9€igOOO ^0Qq|« 
Chabisidastiamana QGSI9; <Q <1Q§ — One acre; 
a unit of land measurement in Orissa 
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QQ9o ©If — A measing rod for land 
measure in Orissa. 

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QIOCQ fl©WM^ ©9 ©§©16© gGQQ© ©QQIQIQ 

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Chabisidasti mana Chabisidastia mana (See) 
©TO&I— GQ. §. ( 3°. oq»«- §©3. a©$© )— 

ChabenS q$a, g©, ©q, $t <$ ©$||2|© em $©| 

wwi g9iq e^iQQiaioT ©«»©$© «i^ — 

^3^1 Fried grains of several kinds mixed 

together and chewed as a refreshment. 

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Chabya G91CW — Chewabl e . 

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1. A medicinal creeper; piper chaba 
J I ©aiOQ— 2. The cotton plant (M.W.) 

©©%)!<§— 3. «.— ©cf©IO - (OT«) 

Chabyakashtha A piper chaba. 

©oiei— s. 9— cieaaal— 

Ghabyaja Scinapsus officinalis (fruit). 

. (o©*ro— w©«*%a) 

©Ol— fllTO. (W,«qS) ^—(€2 «iTO)— ^ I g°9— 
Chabra 1- Destructive; malicious; injurious 

> 1 ©|9Qtl—2. Currish; given to biting. 

■©3 (ai$) — ^N * ' ^ sei W©l— *• To eat. 
Cham (root) 5 I ©fl© ©Q©| — 2. To go 

* I a°g©Q©l— 3. To destroy. 

gq— aiw. («W9S) §— (e. ©«)— ©a— 

Oham Skin. 

©fl©$i — 9IGQ- (*«WgQ) 9. (*. ©f©fe©>— 
Chamcha$a ©9<a ©G9C}j ©a©$| — Small bat. 

oqpq— TO. 3- W. ©flai$=«iQQij— ©© Q9QQ ai© 

Chameham €9IG?(©I ^GSOIQ «©Q©I© Q<%\®— 
W^j A kind of sweetmeat, 


Ofl N @q— fliTO. (QHA9.9) 9. ( 3. ©£ <$ «?Q ^'^.) — 
Ohamdula OflQOl— A kind of itches. 

€>P— TO. 9. ( ST. Ofl C ; SI. Oft, «tf» )— 

Chama « | C89GQ9Q otfj Sil^GWQ fll*^ Hq 

tf^Bi, eft 6 9i9q,G<ai@iQ?iQi aooi sdqq^i— 

TO 1. Skin. 

? I : m } ©391— 2. Hide. 

cqiq on op ea fii9iQ e^Q «m i wags, qm^ i 
^ 1-aQ^lO O?)©! — 3. Leather. 

v I GO©?) — 4. A very thin layer of skin on 

the body. 
* I Q^IQST ©%9$1 — 5. Barber's strop. 
€»«G$$9— TO. ^. ( oif+eig^ ) — 

Chuinaukuni G99, Q« 6 2fl§ QOI 9QQ §10Q TOSGQ 

^^H oio QSl^ Gai9^ss , a — 

^*frM a ^l^f Skin-louse; louse-mite; crab-louse; 
morpion; Pediculus pubies. 

Ofl€jft8af— to. m. (^Mia)— ofl q%5I oagq qSq 

ChamaukuniaS 39 G9 6Qf^l9 9$^TO ©^!Q 0« ^3 

( figurative ) Tenaciously sticking to a 
thing ( like skin louse ) 
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«efect 9i9$ o §^3 6?^gq '09^^^, 'to«iw%' 

G«l§ wefTO ^i9§© $« I «§GQ «2il OflSiQ Qn^fO 

©qo -to. ©. ( e. o«§iQ; ai* oto; o^o )— 

Chamaka e. i s>0|©^ Qago aSo Q£J; as»2B> ©s« 
5^ Q99I— 1. Panic; alarm; mincing 

^fa through sudden fright; alarm. 

> \ ©9^ — 2. Astonishment. 

5^ «n I ( ^,0 stQQ ) 9oi©^g©jSo flSo.acfiio^ 
^iT^f $%©— 3. A flashing light; flash; glitter. 
v l 901©^ Q£|»S>© SQQ Q^ff 91 10© — 
4. Palpitation of the heart ( due to 

fright ) 


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1. "Wincing; suddenly frightened. 

2. Frightening; frightful; alarming 

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* I 0999 9%3|9I — 3 - Glittering; flashing. 
939 TO1Q9I— €9. 9— ©TO Q#9I ( GOS ) 

Chamaka chharclaiba Chamaka bhangiba ( See ) 

9fl9@§i<»— GO. W. *!■ ( www )— 

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3<riipn& sftcQ asT6Q G9s 9Q9I 

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933 9iot9i qq o» a©ai<i— 

1. A flirt-, a term of abuse applied to a 

cunning and loose flirt. 

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2. A gaudy adulteress. 

* I %9 9«tCl6i999l *£l — 3. An adulteress who 

plies her trade secretly. 

Q flft@j _ G Q. 9— G€ll9 6 G«IQ09ftai^ CIQOfl QJi 

ChamakaidbS CQ9I9 9$%«1 — An instrument 

5ft3Ffct used by barbers to scrape off the 

5m%35ft redundant layers of skin from the 

heels. 

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Chamakadamaka Glitter; splendour. 

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9a9$iQ- go. 9<a— 9999a— 

Cbamakadara Grlittering; dazzling. 

Chamakadhamaka Threats; threatenings. 


Chamaka pardiba €}9§0 G^^l — Being frightened 
W4*ll*lt or startled. 

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0Q9 QliQ!— GQ- ©— flffGQ 90!0^ ^a^O Qi^Q g^| 
Chamaka pasiba Q§9Q|— Lingering of wincing 
t>W4^1 sensation in the mind. 

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Chamaka bhangaiba Chamaka r bhangib5 (See) 

9919 Q»91 -G9. ^— ^ I -qsaoiQ^ 9^ 91 GQIfH 
Chamaka bhangiba «I0^ QOQ eflfllQQT 99^9010 
&wwkli H©S^ 699! G«IIQ% SQtQ^li 2KW- 

1. To make a man or animal invulnerable 
against wincing by constantly habitua- 
ting him to frightening scenes. 

9 1 QQ <£Q 9QQ9I — 2. To remove fear, 
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92)1 OflQGQ 0S9Q A3 QG$ ^91 W fliOQ — 

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Chamaka lagiba Chamaka pasiba ( See')' 

QG9I— GO. 9 — SQGQ 9OI©^0^ 91 Q@n a|f9l— 

Chamaka ^Wincing. 

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gfoiTT a©^f — "Wincing; timid. 

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&3R>ft 1. To frighten.. 

9HWI AS t9IC9 ^S G9 «Gi91© CSIGQ GQlSCI© i ^OB«iQ« — 

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bladed weapons ). 


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v I Q©§«8 38iQ© ©QQ91 — 

4. To cause to move to and fro. 

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Chamakana 1. Act of causing to flash, 

EWfft > I OflQ ( GQ« ) — 2. Chamaka ( See ) 

€>S«i ^GQI — G9. 3— OW Q99I ( W« ) 

Chamaki uthiba Chamaki paidiba ( See ) 

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Chamakita Suddenly frightened; alarmed, 

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Chamaki parjiiba v I 90IQ a$3l" GWi — 
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4. To shake in fear. 

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ChamakibI \ I QOIS^ ^G^ G|€iG9GieQ Q© 9§9t-- 
EWf 1 . To shoot forth; to shoot out. 

-> I { a^lQ ) Q9g© q«iee G99I — 
2. To be marshalled or moved to and 

fro ( weapons ), 

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4. To palpitate; to throb. 

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Chamacha @q gj^o — Spoon. 

©flQ^I— 69- 9- ( S- QTO?*I ) — V I G6>93 Q©|Q— 
Chamachata 1. House bats; small bat_ 

5tHI^1 C(Tq^CQ" SOS) WG9 QS9IC0 QflO*|— 

09314— GQiea^Wty 1. Pertinacious/ 
> i -ogq^ <9©Qai — 

2. Stubborn; obbstinate. 
• l Stpl^ — 3. Untired. 

QqeqQ -G9. w. !• ( ^. od+cofQ )— 

Chamachora V I ^g fl«qQig— 

(F$m\ 1. Mixing in love intrigues. 

SlfSRTSfc, ^ I 9Q 41 qGCf 2Hg§; Q^% — 

^rfH^)?; 2. Adulterous. 

©qe^Q— G9. 9- ( 3. Q^-l-GGfcfi ) — 

Chamachori tl.Q^i; UQ^Qgj — 

Collbbl^l 1. Adultry. 

*m^W* * I g.99lQ — 2 Macking illicit or 

secret love; love intrigues, 
©fl®— -6Q- Q<3— GQA9 ( G9« ) 

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Chamardachata Chamachata ( See v 




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Chamarda ) \ @$ — 2. Hide, 

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^ra^T €9IQ?191 ©3 — 2 - Leather. 

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Chamarda" utSriba t I 019 C99% ©SQiq 9191© 
BlUft ^Tfa 9991$ SQ Q9IQ9I — 

5nr?T 3§ra?TT 1. To flay. 

j i ( Rsa<sia r ) 9eei < a Q9iQ ©§qi— 

2. To give a sound thrashing. 

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Chamarjjia kasiba To tan leather. 

©a®igsi8 — €9. ^» — g©iq ens© $<5cQ ©g aq© qqqi- 

Charnarda" chhaani Covering or binding a drum 

C9. 9«a— Qac© ©991 a$gQ|. ©siq©— 

Hide-bound; having the mouth or sur- 
face covered with leather. 

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Chamat ©3991 — Wincing. 

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Chamatkarana *|© . ) — <, | 90i© n%&* 9Q9I • 
a<&tfi C9ia 941391) a$a* ©Q9i— 
1. Astonishing; surprising; alarming 

9 I a%dl€9W— 2 - Astonishment. 

* I &IQ — 3. Festival. 

v I Q© aQtfQ 091 9©OI — 

4. High poetical composition 

«fl®l© — e. 9. ( ©9© v +$ ^^-Q9. a ) — 

Chamatkara V I ®%& } 9^ — 1- Astonishment; 

surprize; amazement. 

J I 2W©qsj a©Q— 2. Exquisite; pleasure, 

* I «^© fl©QSI— 

3. Festive turbulance ( M. W ) 

* I a^sjfl— 4, Show ( M. W. ) 

* I Q© a^tflQ fl9^©0©i — 

5. High poetical composition ( M. W. ) 


9 1 qfl96a<a — 

6. Achyranthes Aspera tree ( M. W. ) 
9 I a^9©9 9<a^ ( @. a©9lciQ ) — 
?. Wonderful thing. 

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8. Extraordinary thing. 
G9. ©ei — * 1 a$d"«i©©9 — 

1. Wonderful; surprizing; imazing. 

^ I ^©Q©i«j© — 2. Charming. 
m 1 ^g<a — 3. Excelent; capital. 

v 1 a%€f«»i©© — 

4. Amazed; wondering; surprised. 
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Chamatkaraka ? I a^a% Q^IQ©©!^ ©S^©Q — 
(©Cgl€l©l— ^1) 1- Astonishing; wonderful, 

(©cieiq— a©*q,a) ^ 1 a©^ ^W — 

2. Very beautiful. 
• I fl€©IG«IWQ — 3. Captivating; charming. 
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Chamatkara paiba 1. To seom wonderful 

5 I a^ail© © €991—2. To be surprised. 

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Chamatkarita Astonished (M. W,) 

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ChamatkaritS 1. Wonderfulness. 

•©9gl9g— 5I©^Q) > I q©©l€)©l — 

2. Charm; beauty. 
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Chamatkari Ofl^lQ© ( £9$ ) 

(©9§ISl«sil — a,1> Chamatkaraka (See) 

9fl&9— ^ 9«- 4 - - ( 9fl© + ^ yi^+9^. © )— 
Chamatktuta i | a^ie* © ; 9f© — 
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Chainadaurcli ©g^jQ ©sjggi 9»l3!Q^9l Q£J§>— 
5t*(Wf? Leathern string or strap; leathern 

^H^lilkfej thong. 

Chamadaja ^§«ll G^Q^Gas — 

A kind of itching eruption. 
Q3QIQ9— TO. Q. ( g. ©G 6 WH ) — 

Chamabaida ©g©|gog[ qiq«|; «©<$ 9|<?i. g©I^ — 

Drum covered with skin. 

©flqpSD ^f}t^l)— GQ- 9 — Q& G£ti|Q Q$l^ ©IQ — 
ChamamuthiS A high class barber. 

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qo^siesr sugct gqs> $stg) i aoi gsoIq ©oiqda 

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Oflq«i— W. 9— ©fos© 99 aa1 — 

ChamamunS Leather bag. 

Ohamara <. | c^Q ( q®<<\ ) 

(GW3|— $1) 1- Chamara ( See ) 

J I QflQgflj qa9G9<a— 2 A kind of deer. 
« 1 a§5! ©333 C«l — <*- The yak, 
* I 69©n§6a<a —^ Name of a demon. 
QflQ3>*l — 69- 9 * Qtf— ©S©$! (Wffl) 

Chamarachata ChamachatS (See.i 

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Chamaramiuga A kind of deer with bushy tail. 

Chamari The female yak 

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Chamaru The yak. 

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Chamasa ^ | Q|qQ ^919^6^— 1. A wooden 
spoon or bowl used in vedic sacrifice. 
5 I €^©— 2. Spoon. 

• I ^Q©^— 3. Ladle. 

^ i (+o2f. a) Q$ A '(8- €i©9iaQ)— 

4 A ball of sweetmeat. 

* I ©QSISI: 9l§o| (§. QOTIfilQ)— 

5. The flour of phaseolus Brihi. 

6. A kind of flat cake made of corn-paste. 

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Chamabi !. A kind of cake made of corn flour, 
©3IQ— 69. «. q°. — (£. «^9iQ 91 ©^ SI. OfllQ)— 
Chamara t | 9I*«2 s*\^\ 6 QIQape^ «lt, 
^IT? QIGJ§2fl 6 GtlGOQ 2IQ gg©»iq ©10 — 
xTilK 1. A caste dealing with palmleaf articles. 

(oti%,«1— *l) [ 5— 9fir»GQ @«1gq ©ais) as? 

^ I «q <3©9^i 91 •gw 9m§ — 

2. A very mean or low person. 

9IGQ. ««W® * ff9^fl) ©.— CTI9- 

Cobbler. 

'fll€Q- (9IGQS.Q) ©. — ^ I 4QGW3 «i 4 e-t«>3l- 
1 A class of untouchable weavers 

2. A class of carpenters. 

owiQeg©— ot. ©.— (aioQ€a«)— o«ii«w cgoowie^ 

Chamarapret a €Qf6qS€)** QS&\ 9191* 01 Q — 

A caste of astrologers who officiate as 
priests in the funeral ceremonies of 

chamaras. 

Chamaruni A female of the chamara caste. 


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Chamitkara Wonderful- 

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Chamikara Gold mine. 

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©a— gi6©. 5.— ( ©arc ) ( $©. c3- j c©s^)— <w©i«S[ 

Chamu §©©© G&S ©I© — Small brasa water-jar 
used in the Madras Presidency. 
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Chamu t I G$M©a — 1. Army. 

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division of army consisting of 729; 

chariots; 729 elephants; 2187 cavalry 

and 3645 infantry. 

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Chamuchara t | G9i$l ; C~3©© — Warrior; soldier. 

9 \ Gfl©l©lSl© — 2. A captain; commander of 

an army. 

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Chamupati General; commander of an army. 

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Chamupatisimha Champati Simha (See). 

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ChamQru qm ©qai<) — 4©£|©f© 1JQ ( «©1Q si°a 

aqaq 1 ^G1I©«A— A kind of deer whose 

°T*P lagTOQ — *'™ ; . . , . + 

©SO, 3 venison is dainty. 

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Chamell 9€^ a© <?i$§© G9IQ^S ) — 

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Chameli (See # 

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Champ (root) 1 To glider. 

J I Q$Q WI-2. To go; to move. 

oft— «r. o (©isO— ©&©©*Q giaf ©I q©i96«i9— 

Champa Name of a king the founder of the 

town Champakapura. 

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Champauta Chainpaiti ambula tSee). 

"<Sft©— 3- 9 ( ©fla§-<3® aiQQt+©$. W ) — 
Champaka 1 I ©#| ffSJ 4 Q8— 1- The Champaka 
flower and tree; Michelia Champaka. 


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2- Name of a town in ancient India. 
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g|€l€i ) — 4. A kind of success in 

t meditation. 

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5. Name of a musical tune. 

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Champaka kada]i Champakadali (See) • 

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Champakagori O^IGQjg (GQ5i) 

Champagori (See) 

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Champakachaturddasi Q^Qi6i ^$1 ^jQ|Q) — 

gS^I «ll3© g^ G)%pa1 — The 14th day 

of the bright fortnight of the month - 

of Myeshtha'- 

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cS^OT4©3fl ^IQQl— The lath day 

of the bright fortnight of the month 

of c Jyeshtha. 5 

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flowers. . 

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2. A Sanskrit metre of 10 letters. 

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Champakali Champakarflhi 2 (See) 

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Champakalu Bread fruit tree. 

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Champat g|©qi G«H9©GQ QBiqo~l« Escaping 
5«sf® , V™$ from a place unnoticed. 

g*T^ J I 901©^ 3©l£}©— 2. Sudden flight. 

* I 90l©^a$$?i© — 

3. Sudden disappearance. 

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papp^^g-j place unnoticed. 

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Champat Champat ( See ) 

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Champati GSQiaQSQ q©9^ QOW— 1. A title 

given to a small landlord or commander 

of a small company of a soldiers. 

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*§\$P flOlft 99<^ Qai^^G€l«— 2. An 
honorary title given to prominent Sudra 
and Khandayet royafcs by the chiefs 

of OrissA States. 

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3. A family title of Kbandayats and 

Kshyatriyas. 

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Champatiraya Ckampati ( See ) 

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Q«l©q.Q ©©*§ ) — 1. Name of the old 

capital of the king of Anga I near the 

present town of Bhagalpur). 

> \ ©3IQG33 — 2. Name of a river, 

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3. Queen of Kama, king of Anga. 

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1. The Champak flower and tree; 
Michelia champka. 

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2. Name of a golden ornament of the ear. 

• I Q99lti; C3§> 9l^©ftl£f© Q© m%fi& 

^G9 — 3. A fire work which sheds 
particles of fire ( like champ a flower ) 

when lighted. 
$1—3,1 GQ9S ©Ifl— Name given to femals. 
giC9. (flfil) 9— <1©3©I© a|©1— A species of 

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glG9 (WW9) © — eaWQ0€9Q — A kind of bird. 

Champainali Champeineuli (See). 

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Champal 1< Name of a village Goddess. 

2, Name for calling Champa. 

0»IW— W- © (*• ©»G + QG>1)— MOWttftQQTOI- 
Champakaiflha 1. The bud of champak flower. 

(©#wS— ««Jfl^a) 2 - A necklace having pieces like 
champak buds string together. 

<S>»IQQ<»1— GQ. 9 ( <J. QSGWGl, GTOOTftl )— 
Champakadall <90ISiq %ci$ GQI3 S>9fi>1 ( ai©GS| 
5t*lfa*TI 9wai< ) — A kind of sweet scented 

g^t%5IT banana or plantain eaten when ripe. 

«ftl9«-GQ. 9— ©&IG9* (OTA) 

Champakali Champakarflri (See). 

«»itoi«I— GQ. Q. *1 ( a. o^s * GQfq )— 6aqf ate 

Champagori q^qq Qd'Qffl ?? a€ * <3,ftWI Gofwl; 
Gfl GflOl 6«WI fijW— ( a woman ) Witn a 
bright yellow fair complexion; yellow 
complexioned (woman) 

Champajhalaka A short of gold ornament for 

the hair- 

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Champadhipa eg— King Kama. 

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Champabati 1, Name of the capital of the king 

of Anga. 

9 1 ©iwBgq ©§© qoothwcw— 

2. Name of a princess in the folktales. 

3. Name of a village Goddess. 

4. A name given to females. 


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Champaranya giolft ffiq {g. €ifi?qj€lQ) — 

The ancient name of Champaran, a 

district in Bihar. 

Champa Q^5^© OIQ^g 1 — An elaborate 

composition interspersed in prose and 


verse. 


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Champeinali Champeineuli (See) 

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Champeineuia Champeineuli (See) 

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f^J^ileS living in the precinct of the house with a 

smooth skin and red tail. 

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Charapaitiambula ggg ©qS!Qt$9l asp — & 

kind of mango-pickle prepared 

from wild-mango fruit. 

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Champaata Champaiti ambula (See) 

Chambal Charmaabati (Bee) 

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Chamba Name of a native state in Punjab, 

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Chambeiba G©?£1§ aQief ©©$CQ 09316)91 — 
a-'cn^l ^° cause a thing touch another. 

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Chambeli . Chameli (See) 

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Chambha 1- Bright. 

•'Qtf*T€n > I OQ09SI — 2. Glittering. 

* I 9G©0 — 3. Energetic; brisk; vigorous 

* I ©$9—4. Clever. 

<oq — ». 9. (© ai^— *om ga9ij g©i©9i+©& a)— 

Chaya ^ | 99$ ; qfi. q$— 

1 . Collection; assemblage. 
9 I a Q — 2- Mound; heap; mass. 
*> I TO©> W$ Q§ — 3. Many, multitude, 
r ©—TO© & WJ0G© 491 9GSS Q© 8GQ 

v I SMQ> ai©€t— 4. High wall 


• * I (+q9. a)— GOI09|j qigJfQi— 

5. Picking up. 

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6. Act of gathering or compiling. 

9 I G91SIO 2l9a«a QQ OTIQfip*© il39— 

7. Ignition of the sacrificial fire. 
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Chayan q^q ( £93 )— Chain ( See ) 

WW G9. 9. (%«- 8- ©49)— * I »9 i©9l — 

^Sf 1. Mutual tranquility. 

^ I i Q9I; 9SW — 2. Eest; repose. 

* t ETQG39 — 3. Liesure. 

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GS* 6 a©ai Q^ii— 

Pocket-watch 'attached to a chain). 
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Chayanfit Chainphit ( See ) 

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Chayana ^ | gg^ — 1, Gathering; collecting. 

5 I TOOQ — 2. Compiling; compilation 

» J ETQG9M— 3 • Picking up 5 of plucking 

of flowers. 

* I Wl©© — 4. Selection. 

* 1 Q«j9i9tiq 9^i gej©— 

5. Setting of bricks . 

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Ch^yanika QQ ^g$— A small collection. 

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Chayana kariba To gather; to coll; to pick up; 

to compile; to collect. 

oq«q— q. s<a. ( © ai^+©& .acnq ) — 

Chayaniya €©l»l 91 crq^© G99I9 SSIWI— 

Fit to be compiled, gathered, heaped, 

picked up or plucked* 

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Char (root) 1. To go or walk* 

9 I aiQQtfi ©Q©l — 2. To practise. 

so 1 QQQgi Q$9| — 3. To frequent. 

w I G9W ©QQt— 4. To feel. 
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Cauterisation; marking with a red hot 

iron. 

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Charkathi Chargukathi ( See ) 

Charkiba Chirikiba ( See ) 

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Charchar t I SJGII 91 Q\Q® 9Q9IS1 91 $QGQ 
QlfQIQ W — 1. Sound of tearing or cutt- 
ing through a sheet of cloth or paper. 

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00% QfQIQ «Q — % Sound of water 

coming through a narrow hole. 

SS^o *H*Ft * I QIW $QGQ Ml QQflfiq 08ft 

^m e^§9IQ GQ — S. Sound of scrib- 

^t^< bling on a paper with a soft pen 

point. 


ascie* 9931- 


qaiffia. QGvSl I 


v 1 ©$g>$ ai3 sp§ gsaa $>!§* sjseQ ai^ 

9QIQ 410—4. Sound of flood-water 
spreading into a level piece of sand on 

the shore, 

(writting) Producing a 'churchur' sound. 

G§©q— G9. Q— <■ I 9^9© 9S£{GQ €pa **° ^Ift 
Charchara QQQq. Ogft OSft .BlgjQQI CCTtiqg 8l3— 

1. The foaming flood-water creeping up 
to a level sanday ground on the shore 

of the river. 

) LQQ99 SSfcjGQ 9«G€> q3$J9I GCTd— 

2. Foam of blood-water creeping to the 

shore, 

fliGQ. ( wws ) m. ( a. ©© r aiSL)— 

SQQg a€}flf<SGQ cwiaiQgSM ( gSqiq )— 
(oil etc.) Excessively annointed over the 

body. 


©§©qQG>i— €Q. $ — ©QQgsQwe cofaS pis'i «w«- 
Charcharaiba To do some work producing a 
ososto^ 'churckur' sound, 

©9®l°— glGQ. ( qq,Q9$ > ® — ©9J»IO ( G<?3 ) 
Charrdam Chaidukathi ( See ) 

<9©9I — G9. 9 — «€>€» eiSG) ETIQ9I Ql ©» 9IOQ SjQ~ 

Charpa §jq — The low,er broad part of the branch 

of a date leaf which adheres to the trunk. 

Charba a|^ ) — «. I OQPl — 1 To graze. 

S I 4QQI; G[q§)9l— 2 To bite. 
©qq— — gQ. g|. ( yg«iWG)<a ) — ©§q§ ( GO^ ) 

Charr Charchar ( See ) 

QStfJ— SIG9. ( q^QlQ ) 9— $«9<SO— 

Charla Bark of trees. 

OQ— e- ^». ( o® ai$*=QGo gctQ!+Qc|. a ) — 

Chara t \ q©<^© — 1. Ambassador; royal* 

messenger. 
> I ^99© — 2. Spy; secret emissary. 

3. Alluvial land; chur land, 
v I GGIIG^ ^9— 4. Pasture. 

* I ( GMQ*a ) e«, Q&, q ft * q ^^ ^S— 
5. ( astronomy ) The four signs raun- 

( aries ; crab ( cancer ); balance 
( libra); shark(capricorn) in the zodiac. 

9 I ( GQMIQ9 ) «CI, aQVS 6 flWI Q9^— 
6» ( astronomy ) Three constellations or 

lunar mansions-viz; swati (loth) puner- 
basu ( 7th ); srabana ( 23rd ).. 

9 I 9€tQ ( Q- W€J§i — 7. Cowrie; sea-shell. 

r I fiQQ. gitfl— 8. Animal; living being. 

d l «99l©IQG^ — 9. Game of chess. 

<.<> I GGPGQQ — 1^- The planet mars. 

« t 1 moaal t @. aOTiaQ )— 11* A bird. 
t j 1 aai$iq G«ai9^i <^g9iQ. ea (a.a^^jfl^)-- 

12, A kind of gambling in the dice. 
OQ$ J 1. Moveable^ moving. 


OQ$ 


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J I 21§9 — 2. Unsteady; restless. 
** I W 91 flWq$J — 3. Living; animate, 
v I GQ 9093 QGQ; OflftQig— 4, Moving 
about in; one who moves or goes about. 
[ g— <9i a©* w accr qg §^ I <aai— q$Q9 

S>$|l©9, q§99, 9999 Q9«t!9 I ] 

PQ$— G9. 9* ( s* efeQtf )— *. i 03434 — 

Charau I. Tending of cattle, 

&$& 9 I ©9£fc «MI < W« ) 

-eR^K 2. Charau khajana ( See ) 

OCJQ CIQ^ll— G9, 0- OQ3; ©9g9 G9I^_SQ€) ^98199 
Charau khajaria eg^ ©qQ9iaicf 921)991 99€j| 

SOtfl — Grazing rent. 
©Q9~ *. 9- SL°- ( 99 a 13+9$. a<3 )— 

Charaka t I 999 SgQI a^GVQ 9gj ©99 ^9 
$QQ© SD^SWJ 9g> — 1. A treatise on 
Hindu medicine by sage Charaka. 

J I W 3§9I 399^91 ®qp* 91 q€9GS<a — 

2. Name a sage who compiled the treatise 

or Hindu medicine. 

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qq, aAQi%9iQ9% ^9», a €9q 6 acfcoai 
am 99SG9 gg>9i9 aiwi© aasp 9$3(Gfii i 
cmeqalqsne© ©£9 s§9i9 a99i9 G9q 9^© 
G9I9^SS} i 999 s'99 <$ SKMQ «j? S€*°^t -9Q- 
ag§ I Ol ©«^i aicf SGSJiwej i aQ^ gta, at, 
aiMiQai «» aiaT ^ aoii^h© C9I& G3 g9ia 
Qaaasj— Wftoo. 90 , »i ®c&\q i 

©99 tfgQIGQ sjat^ea q$, aQQgiQ^ 3i© q, 
©€•511, 9919, 9319, $9^ * ^ ^S ^OG€ll? 9S£| 

9i a»ff as — aw$. 9fif»i a$ai© I ] 

* \ ©S9; 99©fai ©G9Q ( g. WSI9Q )— 

3. Sparrot. 

* I OQ; 99 — 4. Messenger. 

* I QS9—5. Beggar, 

9 \ Gs$aia©i 91 QQGai^ai qft— 

6. A herbarious plant; Oldenlandia Bifiora, 

9 I G<*9?5 ^9°^ — 7 - A S P7* 

r I 9ie*lQ; a^Q— 8. A traveller. 


Charaka t | 391 QltQIQ 0$q§ Q^ aqt — 
&3*f1; 5^1 1. Spining wheel. 

sns^g^rr > 1 osiqiq acT-8191 g9Mi o«l9i^; 

OQ99I© — 2. A revolving or whirling 

firework . 

* i 099 9$j a«iTOi§€Q aitaflico oasf 

3, The contrivance on which religious 
dancers perform the swinging of the 
body as a vow on the Panasamkranti 

day, 

* I €>!$$ — 4. Distaff, 

* I 9GSQ— 5- R<»1. 

£ I ©CTI 9I GS\t 91 »I9I©9 QQ? q9IQ9IQ 

$l4? — -6. A capstan. 

9 I SL a ^, q i^ ^OtQ9l a^ 6 9§9» WGQ 
QQQi €)€l^— 7. Pulley, 

G9€9. 9. ( %»■ €TI. ©Q« ) — * I 9€l — 
1. Lamp wick. 
J I gqa— 2. Lamp; light. 

©Q$— 6Q. Q.— ^ I OQ9I ( G9€1 ) 

Charaki 1. Charaka ( See ) 

wrft 5 I AGtQ — 2. Distal. 

^Wt « I 08 SQ ^Q9I aef©^ G9f^3 S$— 

3. Any machine or contrivance which has 

a revolving wheel attacted to it* 

9IG9. ( 9l©q.9 ) §— S§9 Q\q Qf>QG9G« 9Q9I 

©$19IQ «© — A whirling motion made 

by trained pigeons while flying. 

©Q$9I — G9- $— ©Q.WI ( W« ) 

Charakiba Chirikiba ( See ) 

9Q«|— G9. 9— ^ I 9991 ( G9« ) 

Charakha 1.' Charaka ( See ) 

} I 9Q\4ilQ — 2. A machine for separating 
seed from cotton pods. 

tfSGIlQ — A sugarcane mill. 

©QQl 91^91— G9. §— 0QS1I *3^^Q %?l Sg® 9991 - 
Charakha katiba To spin thread. 


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©Q®— G©. 9—QQS (.G9«l ) — 
Charakhi Charaki ( See ) 

A mill for pressing cotton pods. 

GOStewi— fliw. ( saieq.Q ) $-~aiq §§>qg9c© g© 

Charakhideba qq Q§>9I — To make a whirling 

motion while flying ( said of trained 

pigeons ). 

©QQ — 9I9h 9. (ff- ©&l)— 3511©© SIQ^ ©I 9©9i$9^ 

Characha g$l© 91 flH1|©iq«P© 6$l£>©i$> CT9I5 

ftwi 1 ^ wiia© 9i a©go©*i 5 wre2i£(ei — 

Serving or attending upon guests or 
comers with due respect; hospitality. 

fffii 9^t&» «Qq, sc$ §o qiq 

gq^q©—siq9. (fl^eio) s>— qegiss «oao a©?i<ai©qr 

Charachaita «9© $$91 ©8G$ ©q.§ $©Q©1- 

9GQ < 9 — &- servant whose duty is to look 

after the proper serving of the guests 

of Rajas. 

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Characha kariba flfifwiflTO €391 ©Q9I — 
v t ^UH'ilO ^T5n To serve and attend upon guests. 
cw» si^se ©ft^i 9qsmsl 1 913$. fl9i«Q9. 99 1 

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Characha behera Charachaita (See) 

030, 3 GQQ «Gm G9G$Q ffQSV G9IQ* 1 «Q I a*SflflQ9*i I 

©©©«)— fll6©. (©$©1©) ©— OQ^Q© (G©«) 
Charachia Charachaita (See) 

©Q©QI— ©1. © • (3- O&D— 0©«L ©Q9! (G©«) 
Charachiba Characha kariba (See) 

©QGQQ9— 3IW. (©9©l©) 9— 3Q3.Q© (G9fl) 
Characheita Charachaita (See) 

©©6>— €0- Q. ( ff. aq© ? )— <©cioq ©€©©© asl; 

Charaida ©0|^G© ©a CCigiaQ aiafi); ©@Q©I9 
*OT? ©1 Ga§l©qi ©l«l% <fll€© §<sa© SlfX^ 

fl&| SlQsai^g) — Adjutant bird; gigantic 
Indian stork; Flamingo a kind of 
wading bird living upon snails etc 
found on marshy ground and devouring 
poisonous snakes; Cisonia Agrala. 

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©Q9L— G©. 5— ©Q9 (G©«) 
Chararjl5 Charaida (See) 

©Q^~ gie©. ( 9§,€i 6 ©sjqs ) ©— flage^a© ©§q 6 

Charardi ^3lfil|eit«ll© ©^W «8©© QI9I9© ©<3r« 

©!©§Sa« — A wild caste of people 

living in hills of Bastar in C. P. and 
jaypur in Viaagapattam. 

[ g— <q\qq 'qsiiq«i©g© ©iQQfli^^Q ©aatf 

©Qfil— g. ©. ( O^ ai^+©QtfT. Sff )— t I QQj gg«© — 
Charana 1. Leg; the ioot. 

j 1 e« \©© ©^aVs a°§£— 

2, A quarter or foot of a stanza. 

* 1 ©9©i awQ ®°€i ©I aiQ— 

3. A part of a foot of a stanza. 

Gala 35)03 as^aoca 

*«?oi ^q aiQ qgq qqg^i i 5©s?|et- qflQSQcr 1 

"« 1 G«l§)— 4. Family; clan. 

* I $Q— 5. Root. 

£ I ( +q©. a© ) 0,^— 
0, Wandering; walking. 
5? I ©QOi QQ — 7. Motion, 
f I QQ3 — 8. Bating; consuming 
t I WlSSGaSd; ©€39! — 
9. Grazing; roaming in quest of food. 
*• I aiOQSl — 10. Conduct; behaviour. 
**. I 19©; «l© — 1:L - Mature. 
?.> I ©€^^ — 12. Character. 
1* i €9Q€j ©O3 €©TM; ©^©aifillj gga©<a9_ 
13. Branch of the Vedas; the Upanishads. 
*.* I ( €pi 9^ 9© ^g© Q§gG^I«?© 9©© ) 
©GJ^©9«; 5T€9I^© 0©n ©1§ 9| G990I 
^° — 14. ( a use of the word prompted 
by devotion to one's elder or superior) 
g<3 eeii W9 qp ago, < q ^q oq€«) eaac^ 1 
s^eo flfi> *Q a 1 ©, esses aeQ aq^ 1 eciQia. $eiv© 1 
i^r 1 ( Qgatef ) G©7^i§ 93Q ©9 qa — 

15. The foot or lower part of a thing. 
tf I 99IQ QIQ©- g$|-l9©— 16. Performance; 
observance; practising. ( M» W. ) 


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atf, son & sew t» waiQ9 aGQ q3 aqjaor 

Qlfl 921)991 CIS? — A word added to some 
other words constituting names of males. 

aQQSQSfc- e. ©. (%B© 9&IQSJ; ©Qa + OTQj 9§<|Q9 
Charanakamala W*t69 GQ991 91 €J9i 9<l§Qr S© 

©9*scq» J 9S> c ^ ^S 9 W*9°°— 

1. ( literaly ) Foot which is graceful like 
the lotus or lily; lotus-feet ( of a revered 

person ). 

9QG 691ft «j9iai€jai<i gs $f— 

2. The person himself who is styled to 
have the Charanakamala. 

[§—<!' Q? S«CW W 9SQGQ 9919, 
aai9 9©€<J9Q- ©QSG9 3919 I SSa«iq? ©9a9S» 

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Charapakamaleshu ©9$^ GQQI99I a^9 9©q- 

9I3IG9 9<t9§9, Ml— 8©CT99 ©QSlQflGftS )- 

^©9tf9SGS« ( €93 ) 

Sricharanakamaleshu ( See ) 

©QS^as— e. «• ( ?<|1 «©; ©w+^ai; $%©9$r g© 

Charanakiupa 9^9$© W )— QQtfQ 9^1; (acfe^ 
(Q€l^l— ®Qs%a ) G3 ©Qtf QI9KTQ ©IS9 ) 
QSJI 9! 3QQ9; 3G9I3© q%»©9 9*Jl— 
The kindness or favour ^ of the elderly 
person addressed) 

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QQ£©©— e. ©4. V.— ( 5qi ©9 v ©«\l 5>fl1 9© v )— 
Charan,agata C9I99GO 9^91 — 
(©Q«Q9I — 9,1) Fallen at one's feet (Wilson). 

QQ«iq$— tf . 9. (9^«8; W« G9IQQ© ^9 3gG9)— 
Charana gupta ©§)^|9*t 9 1 ©^ 999195^ — 

A kind of artistic poetical composition. 
[9— «9§ QQ91 Qftlq qPQ ?ll§9^G9 9§Q 
€910^195199,0^9199 6 QQOy9lfflQ B89QlflG9 
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^WW 9Q ai©?[G9 1 ] 

oq«q§— e. 9.— (?ql ©o^ow—aiQ+gg*— cfi)— 

Charanagranthi ^ I 691^9 GOlS 91 G9IQO — 

1. Posterior heel of foot. 
> I Qftiq^ - 2. Ankle. 
©Q£I©Q>— e. ©. — (*<|1 00,jOQ«+©ft) — t i ^3a9G9 
Charaoa chihna qQ *a 69IQ 9§ 991 99319 9I3-- 

1. Foot-print. 

J i aaQ, 5iif, 9i^a WGQ ®§® ©f^ <§ 

fl9iqiai9C? ao©Q ( 9i9iq. 95?IIG9 qpl 

QQgj) — 2. Foot prints taken on stone, 

clay, line etc of Bishnu or great-men 

worshipped and devotees. 

©Q61QGI — G9. Q. — <ff- 99^1 + ^^) — Gai© g, ai aa9— 
Charanaghasha €9^ 9ftl 32J9GQ GQG9 ©0 

G9I99 o©aiq;<a8»ofl wi 9«i§— 

A slap of sand-stone on which people 

rub the soles of their feet to clear away 

the overgrown skin. 

OQfiiof a— G9. ©«a. 4 P . — («raia — (e. 09« 6 6§>ai 

Charanachntia ©t=«§eil) — G9€f 9«i§ g^ a^GQ 

(OQfilOe*«| — 41) ©Qtf a© €«l«ll» 9G9 6 q«q a|>Gffii 

q3 Of &1©. «!G9— Time-serving; a person 

who acts slavishly and impudently as 

occasion requires; a man of no 

principles. 

©Q€l©«eD— G9- 9^. «T-— QQdOW (W«) 

Charanachutia Charanachutia (See) 

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0<Ml90l — 3. 9. ( aa^©© 9m99I9 ; fl. a. G6I;9Q« 
Charanatika Q.qo SOI )— 89^ ^§9 5<g^ 


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^91 f£|<Sl|— Foot-note. 

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Charanatala gG^I9© ««L§ QOG) — ^QQIQ Qfifc 

<?h§s go 3391)— Gcii<aai«i5 819©©%, ©©*— 

1 . (at) The feet (of the person addressed 

to or referred) 

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j> 1 ai9©« $9; 9191 $aG$ ai9 gia© ©qai<— 

2. The earth which (the addressee's) foot 
is treading; a thing on which the 
addressee is putting his foot. 

(sagji — q* eiatfsr oq^i oQ^gaiq* qq<% \ «f «GQ 
G$S| Gsa ^a^or ai9 a* Gfli QQG© ©§©i© gaqg 
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« 1 ( eww9i§<? ) §©£[— 

3- The mind (of the persou addressed to) 

(<aai— < Qitil^avQi o©«s©Cft 31© G9G© aefi© 

O 91*1% W9I 9GGQ Ql $9£jGQ Q^HGQ aiG9IQG9 

Ql@ I ) 

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4, Patronage; protection. 

isaai— €W»I9 ©©<S©» 36© QSI©Q© I ) 

* \ ©Qai — 5. Sole of the feet. 

©QfiQ©*0— €9. «a (a* ©Q«©e+6f*S©-3 qsi) — 

Charanatalia * I CI9©G© ©£©l© QaqjjJ; a© G£©; 

9ISil909) — l- Very humble; one who is 

fit to stay at the foot (of the person 

referred to.) 

9 I QQdi£© ( 9H§ ); ^"2©— 

2. Living on the patronage or favour 

of a nother person. 

©Qfi©6ftQ9©1— GQ- $— GGtl9®G«a@9l— 

Charanatalepaidiba v I SVg9, 9^1, SSII, «9l^Pl9 
niCTPPSl atQ9i QGOfllSQ fllG>i ^i^Q G«I©«>G» 
g^%i|T gSai® 9Q9I— 1. To fall at the fx>t of 


another; to lie prostrate at the foot of a 

person (to gain blessing, favour, 

kindness or forgiveness). 

2. To make obeisance by touching one's 
head to the feet of an elderly person. 

©QfilQISI— S. Q. 1" ( ^1 Ql 9Sfl OO; ©Q3 +919 )^* 
Charanadasa ^ \ g^sjQ OQ«G9Qi 0Q9I QQh — 

1* Servant ^tending the legs of a master. 

(0€W9W1-%1) ^lfl«Jp^ aQC| ^ a ^? Q ^® H i 

^QQ — 2. Most obedient and humble 

servant. 

•» I Sfl^lQIQl 3*3** — 3. An obedient deciple. 

69. $— ^ 1 ( ©l«l; 'qaiQ96IOQ€fl9iq ? €j 3% 

9WQW; <@ ©1^69 G3 Q-S^GQ W&© 

g€«)— gaiQfl«oQ«ia (G9«i) 

Eadharamanacharanadasa (See). 

> \ 9§ilGQ 9W9qfl9i <iq Wis 8®?dfl«iw 

( ©^ g<?© v?^o G99»fi) ^9© *r-^. -q 

gGq9SJ «fi^> SGQ©q§><! 9g GiOQI ©Q^GR, 

< €«tt< TOG G'SjWgQI^Q SQ^O 

W€l?lGQ— g. 4IM1QQ )-* 

2. Name of a deceased Hindu Saint of Delhi. 

©QSQiei1-3- 9. fl3(^ll ©I 9fll©©^; OQ^l+9iq1)— 
Charanadasi t | ©Qei9igQ ilQCf — 

1 The feminine of Charanadasa. 

> I flqpQ a9Gg^i^iQ^il q9q«1 — 

2. A maidservant who massages the legs 

of the master. 

* I «KKIIQ $— 3 0rie ' s wife - 

ir I 2l©i<$ Sl«>0©l ^©^^1 — 

4, Most humble and obedient maid servant. 

G9- 9. SL° — QQ<S9ISS? S©§S>© G§l©g^9l^- 

Qgag— Name of a sect following the 

tenants of saint Charanadasa. 

©Q&GQS— G9. 9 (%»W «. S-GQ; OQtfll««J© G99)-- 
Charanadesa 0©«©»j QI9G99; G€»l9©a; £)©i 

Ground near one's foot. 


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1. The dust of the feet of a 

master or Gurujana. 

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9 1 < a© Q§QGW© QiWlQ ) Q^QQ QJ a?<i 

Qm§JG*Q 8IQ — 2. The feet of a revered 

person. 

(32JI— 2BS ^GQ SI9^1«? OQtf^O Q^Q Pig I ) 

Charananyasa aicf GOIQ $9GQ a©lQ©l$ OQOhW — 

Footstep (M. W.) 
^ I Q|S?©$- ©3$I©Q — 2. Footmark (M. W.) 

OQMO— «. 9 ( %?* 94aiQ% o«5«a + a^)— 

Charanapadma ©Q(S1©9© (GQ$) — 

Charanakamala (See) 

Qq«WJ^ 0§ $qi9l«Q 9£© $ <3 91919 Sft a§Q— 

Charanaparbana <@ (§>. g^giQG})— 1- The back 

part of the heel. 

? \ q$; G3I© ( @. W3IQQ )— 2. The part 

of the ankle where the muscles of the 

---..- - leg oomfeiiae* 

OQflQi^Qi— e- © (?ql ©® v ; OQ«+as!9i)— ' v ' ® 06 fc 

Charanapaduka €J9fl -I. Wooden sandals. 

? I 6£>!©l — 2. Shoes. 
' «r> I ©$£!©$ (g. WSIW <G9«) — 
3. Charanachihna (See) 

©cusialo— *. 9 ( aa«iaQCQa1; ©Q<ai$i9©a1o )— 

Charanapltha ^ | QQtiiai^Qi (§. aQWQ ) (G9«) — 

1. Charanapaduka (See) 

? \ ty& &I©GG! 9§QI ©h$j Ga§ a1©l 91 $^ 

Q36Q «fl^fl atQ* GQI9 Q©6J -2. Footstool, 

« I fl|6'QIQ 5 019 *iQGQ ©9 91G9GO G9^ 

©Sqi aiq<ag qqgq G«H9 oaaw — 

3. Foot-board. 

QQ&QfllQ ■ 3- 9 ( *^1 90j©CWI+fl«W ) 6QI9 *W* 
Oharanaprasara Q9I — Stretching the leg (M-W.) 

£«1 


QQaeritjB— go. •«— GfliQffi* cqagg; «iq WW 

Charanaphatua QQQl «1© q^(GQ GQG1' G9^ #1$ 

9QI§_G3 «tQ QIGQ ©|@— One whose heels 

become cracked in winter ( a disease). 

G9.Q- — GCUWS G^Ct — A disease by which 

the heels becom cracked* 

QQ£IG0ltil— q. 9 ( OQ«+qa at^+QQ; Ifll. ^9 )— 

Charanajodhi Cj^Qil — A cock (M. W.) 

©QflGQ^— «. 9 ( $>ql 0«^ GQ^H-GS!^)— 

Charanarenu OQtfia© (€*W — 

Charanadhuli (See) 

©Q«1€JQ^— g. q«. qf. ( Q^ols; ©§ei-faQ«s } ©Q^l- 
Charanasara^a g© (GQ«l) — Charanasrita (See). 

Charanasaroja OSf«9«IO (G^ 1 ^) — 

Charanakamala (See) 
0Q«G«©Q— g. 9. q° ( ^1 ©©; ©Qei + GS9Q )— 
Charanasebaka O^fiQig (GOd) — 

©G}<aGflQQI 7 1 Charanadasa (See) 


} 


OQ^lG9$QI 

Charanasebaki Charanadasi (See) 

©Q£l$q©I— e. © ( f>l1 ®© v ; ©Q^l-hG39l )— 1 | GCtlS* 

Cbaranaseba' <a^QI 5 Q97QI9Q — 1- Caressing of 

the feet of another. 

2. Obedience; whole hearted devotion; 

one's elder or superior. 

* ! S^ 91 •qqOQ9Q GTOI— 3. A master's 

service; serving at the feet of the master; 

devoted service to one's master. 

^Q^I—g.Q (£§Qc,g)— GS3i©GqciQGa<a— A disease of 

Charasa the female organ. 

[ g— < sqsisg,! ilQ cSao <?i»G$ aoalg a» 

Charanankita qo— 1- The print of ones foot; 

foot-print. 


OQ^IQ 


( >*9* ) 


©9<S 




> ! ($fl1 «O v ) QI9G9 9^9—2. ( lines and 

figures seen ) Marked on the soles of 

the leg. 

QQ£IIQ — tf. 9 <G>lfl) < S^aQCQOlj 99S1IQ9 2IQ ) — 

Charanadri «>Q|Q. 9ial 6 %fiq9 aalGQ ^91 glQ — 

Chunar a a town between Benares 

and Mirjapur. 
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©Q<a©®i§Q «§< aeiQ 2)$ I 4 Q21Q<J qfiKftlCWIGe 
G9Q GQIfo 99©9j3Gt Q§ 9QSJ G9 f <l 99fl v 93R. 
- ww 09©9) act I 8- S99iei9] 
OQ«ioa— «r. w. §L°. < £<%! «» N ; ©fiw+a9+afl + 
Gharananuga v$. a) — ©9fll9€19 (G9<3J) 
(0Q«I9GI|— %1) Charananugata (8eej 
^QffllOQ© — 5t- 9«- 4°. (9$ »© v i QQa + aG + a<J+ 
Charananugata o<$. ©) — t I aQ<iQ OQW a9SI9tfl- 

(QQaiwaoi— $l) 9I3 01 Q^iQWfl— 

1. Following another's foot steps 

J I «Ci$ 9«19 6 Sfl@|ai»«* — 2. Most humble 

and obedient subservient. 

* ! gq>«Q ©Qtf GgQIQig— 3. Tending the 

feet of or serving the master. 

v I «Q31!S1S> (§. WSIGI6}) — 4. One who is 

under the shelter of another. 

QQfliQQfl— 9. Q— {9$ OQ^;OQ«+«K>Q«)— MCI — 
Charanabarana Stocking; socks. 

©Q«IQQ«— ff. 9— (9$ ®9 nJ OQ« +ai9Qgl)— 
Charanabharana GS1I99 afflCJilQ — Ornament for 

the leg. 

Charanambuja QQeiQq© (GQ®) 

Charanakamala (See) 

©Q€liq©— or. 9— ( $ql 9© v «H> g - 9 - G^; ©Qtf+ 
Charanamruta a^©) — G999I, 9I§<3 91 3SJ99CJQ 

awggiOQ oo; gs$* ©»9l $$ ^ 

9G9; 3I6QI99; flt^>9; G«l9aa 9l3— 

Water with which the feet of a Diety, 

Brahmana or spiritual preceptor have 

been washed and which is taken with 

avidity by a devotee or disciple. 

*GW\ OQQP G9IQS3K] 


Charanayudha ©Qtfi QS v?«q§j GG OSj^l^iq 

©ft^l^W Q^Q G®, WQ 9^0j S9|«j SflSQ ^S^ QSQ- 

-> 1 Seiq aqggl <§ 91^©^— 

2. Birds and beasts of pray. 
9. $<a— SI9I9 6Cii9 a^GQ 9^© — 

Having the feet as weapon ( animal ) 
fighting with the feet. 

©QfltQQ©— 3. 9— (%a© Qflaisq, QGjgi+SQQQ)— 
Charanarabinda ©Q^pqg (e9«) 

Charanakamala (See) 

Charanasrita £|Gtf!l^O 9h99IQ )— q^OQ, GQ99I, 
(0Q«fi0l— 3.1) fl^, affl 91 99 GQW Hfi^GQ0§^9l 
9s§; OQ^lIM©— ( a person) Who is 
dependent on the favour or bounty of 
another great or rich man or diety 
0Q«I4©» — ST. Q. («qi OO,, OQd + OilQQ) — 
Charanaskandana GCII^GQ 5I09J; QJ9QftQ — 

Treading down with the feet. 




©QSf— ?.©. (09 ai^f 9(J, a© — 

Charani q©g<^ (@. SQSliciQ) — Man. 

GQ. 5— (e. O^ a|^»— ^ I 919; GGl^ G<3I9IQ 
<31Qi — 1. Food for beasts. 
> I <!J. Q§®) GCIiqG^ Gai^oqQ9i— 

2. Tending cattle; pasturing. 

* 1 (gr. QQti) ggii^ flggi^qi9fiifQ <aia ©Q9i- 

3. The beasts feeding on pasture; 

grazing. 

* i (ST. ©^) GCIi^Q^ ^3—4. Pasturage. 

* I ( *. O^) ©9919 91 qo«-^9GQ G«ll* 

fl8«iwr «ara 0991 §>cig$ ggii%q ^icfl 

9S»i^ G9^ 99 Q< — 5. Pasture tax; 

grazing tax; tax paid to the Raja or 

zamindar fo? ones cattle grazing on the 

Zamindar's land or pasture. 


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5> i gcii^ flcTS qoi oi ©8oiqw ©9 ©i ©crQ 

91 aOIGS) ©QOl% ae)9fllCO qeifS ©0 

©QOGQ €3Q 3a Qa^— 6. Ghee paid by 

cowherds to the Raja or Zamindar in 

lieu of grazing tax. 

go. ea.— eai^ ciifij- o^QQiaio ^i9^«^ 

(«3©;3©S|! —Payable for grazing. 

(aai— ©o3 3a, ©Q§i ei©3i, ©©A iot 
.©qQ ea— S9. ©.— qei<¥ s?€Q wi ©qgo ea»% 

Charani ghi a ©QQ©1 QSlfi£ QQQWQQ q©«^9W«l 
6001 ©Q^j 3a — Ghee paid to a land- 
lord by cowherds in lieu of grazing tax. 

QQa^Q " G©. 9- ( «f OW + 5? )— * IGQIOQ ©9 ; 

Charani bhuuin ©q^Q —1. Pasture land. 
©Q6«I1TO— 3. 3.— (9<$1 ©©, ©Qtf+gQ© — 

Charanodaka ©©tflSJ© (ew) 

Charanamxuta (See) 

©osaiaaio— *. 3. ( ?<$) ©©; ©Q<a+Qaai©)— gsq* 

Charanopadhana q|^ Q| a)S© $36© €dl9 ©SI 

an—Foot rest (M. W.) 

©0S1— a. $— <»M SIOO^CM— Name of a peren- 
Charati nial potherb; Ionidium suffru- 

^C^i<) l ticosum; Viola Suffruticosa 

iSHfre q 1 < Kirtikar ). 

g©i©kh, %%«©$s 3€Q€J, sagc^a, ocf * §°9qcq 

gi^iffil. ©i§, cai©, 010 $<i 1 «©i© awiqfo asri 

' ■■qicj^Eftqdl ctqs3I<3 (S etq oi«a QGa 1 

4g a2Q a«, QIC? 6 GO© ©1090, G©I9©, G«9 

ai$© @<aaG© ©1©$© $« 1 ] 

©QQS-Ql- ( 0©1 ) 9. (9. Q«0— eWj 6Gt©IQ©l— 
Charabana Chewing" 

( oQQ«i— aoM%o ) 
-GQQfl— 6Q. ©• ( «r- ©q— a$+©q ai% 63^ ©9c© 

Charabast a* Q§ aiQeilfl )— OdJOO^iq tfwtfeQ 
5*ffs at. 3 ?' G^ SI® 6jaG9id| 08 010 goiq- 

^<q$ 3 gi|<i. afc©9 — Silted land on the bed ©f 

a river fit for cultivation. 

-9$0 «©mW)— ©I. GOGQ. ©. (£rl)— ©§ Q©W (C©«> 
Charabi ( etc ) Charbi etc ( See ) 


©Q©i— q\ M. ( ©%+S ) — G9ISG© ©3l%SQ QhQ^Q 

Charabya ewtQ €}aqg ( g. QO^lfilQ )— Fit to 

be employed as an accompaniment to 

the ghee offered to fire. 

9«W— 3. 9. ( ©® aiqt+©<$- as )— t l Gsg^a — 

Charama 1. Last or finishing stage. 

> I aCfl ( fjj. a«!>9isi© )— 2. The west. , 

* I GQ^l — 3- Finish; end. 
v I EJQaiQ — 4. Back side. 

€£39 S? Q§? OStflSQ, Sift fll^ft 915K10V.GQ — 

* I 86; qq — 5. Back. 

QOflQs efli qq. qa s»i@ qsa qq 

1. Last; final; ultimate; extreme. 

> I g^ eases qi^igq ao»— 

2. Outermost (M. W.) 

* I 9Q©fl — 3 Lowest; least (Jif W.) 
v 1 ai^ioi — 4. Western (M. W.) 

5. Highest; largest. 

( gai— ©Qfl e«*>i i ) 

9 I a&aiOQ — 6. Of the back side; posterior. 
giCh. ( 3QM ) ©. ( e- G>cJ ) —©9— Skin, 

©qq aiQ^— go. ^- t ^- ©Qfl+arosf; $. m g^iq 

Charama adarsa o^l^Q QQ 69<?j 6^»6« -^| 
as? qeio Q«iaioas )— fl©g«i «aQ©sj 

^G9lg% 01 agjs Q^ — The beau-ideal; 

the ultimate model or aim of life; the 

highest aim of human existence. 

©Qfl OQSH— -go. $ — GOftfS Oh§ aio^ara^iiQ 83q 

Charama kariba '^QQOI^ G0!«9 Oi§a9%aia^lQ 

a<Jo QC^QQl— To turn back; to turn 

one's face away from a person. 

ftoflsit. gcrto i 

oOflOlO— ^. © ( ©&IQsq; ©Qfl + Olffl )— 
Charamakala 1 | agjfl Oi Ga^ aO§|— 

1. Laat stage; final stage, 

> I ^lOfll— 2. Old age. 


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«* 1 srcrcf 3931; aQ69»— s. Dying state ; 

one's ]ast moments; the hour of death. 

©Qfl€9i§— «r. 9— aq9i<§i; 6asial«i— 

Charamakoti The highest pitch; the last point. 

©9G&ql— s. « — <Q«*i; ew +3q0— q© 9<*§Q 

Charamakriya €j$$£j|— - Funeral ceremony (M.W) 

oqaSq— *. "e (9&i* wi+flQ)— a^te® aw— 

Charamagiri The mythological mountain in the 
west beyond which the sun is said 

to set. 

OharamadaSa * I ©Q39IQ (693) — 

1. Charama ka\la (See) 

j \ (flow* 9a oai fla^eag 9ai) %®r- 

2. Death. 
©Qfl€9«~ 69. 9-— * I aaao— 1. Back side. 
Charamadesa J ( 9q. §0—2. Back. 

Gqam— «t *• («&©Q SG^Ifl) (9S c ai9£J ; OQfl + ap)- 
Charamapatra q«L QG9 ©m§ S#$ S<VS6Q q«L as>% 

©Q3 QP9I J 69fc§ 9i§ ^IW 99fl9l 

©Q3&S J aoi^q 9&fi>— A will; last will; 

©QS6$<3i J testament 

QQA98I— *- * (oQfl+aa; «ia99 §e^ici)— -39191 

Charamapantha aiS9$ 9fi\9 9€l SW^QaWQ QQ 
999i%Q q»«i99 QS|£j— The way of the 
extrements in politics-, extremist in politics. 

Charamapanthi q©SI©69 €S€W© ©9SQ£1 39- 

"(QSWOBl - 9aq©) WO 99S); «efi© 3198$ 219 §S ! ' 

ffiq S€l9IQ<£ a°S 9Q 91 ©9 S^SISQ 91 acw 

99lQ $J9^ Q9 ©€}9|Q 6J69IG 9©§ — 

Extremists in politics-, persons who 

want to destroy the present form of 

Government, 

Charamaphala Last resntl; ultimate result. 

GQfl©q8-<3. M. ( 9$§1§; 0Qfl + 9q\ )— 
Charamabayah siq §©1^ €3 9Q9I%9§£$ — 

Very old; being in the last stage of life 

(M. W). 

Charamabhaga Final or last position. 


€9. 9 — t I qi^9j §8a%— 1. Back side; the 

side towards ones back.- 
? I 08219—2. Hind part. 

©9«Q9 "C9. 9- ( Odai «H» P^l 9® v j OQ«l+^9)— 
Charamalipi OQ99^ (693) 

(GQSGQSt— SQM^a) Charamapatra (See) 

©Qae^ai— g9. 9. ( e. ssaesifii )— ©QflQ-s 1 (e9«) 

Charamalekha Charamapatra (Seey 

©Qqa«— G9. 9— qi^Cl— The back. 

Charamasthala qqaqq g^Gff aafli i 

Q«. ceissQisL^piq i 

©QfllOO— Q*. 5. ( 9^1 91 ^1 Q9 x ; OQ??+?i©fl )— 

Charamachala agQQ, Sia^ Gal^S© Q^9 afi€9 

^ ^Sliai^ — The mythological or 

fabulous mountain to which the sun 
enters while setting in the west. 

©9fll9— ST. ?. ( 9&li"W,l *ql 99 n ; ©^9 + ^19, )— 
Charamadri Q99|9» (€9«) 

Charamachala (See) 
0-QfllOfll— «°. 9- ( 9^1^ ©9^+«i9gi ) — 
Charamaba&tha OQfl^lfii (G9«l) 

CharamakajLa (See) 

9Q«— €9. 9 (?f. 9^9) — 0Q9 (69«) 

Charala Chararcla (See). 

OQ»l— 69. 9 (e. aQ«0 — ©99 (€9«) 

Charala Chararjla (See). 

9QQ — 69. 9 ( tf. O^ ) — e»SI& OS 91 Ml 91 ©*i^ 
Chira s 9I91Q9I 2101; ^199969^ — ^ n intoxicant 
5^>1 slimygum collected from the flowers stems 
xTC^i and buds .of the Indian hemp plant 

( Ganja ) . 

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aq€ 09QN ao i qc^ 09« 9yefi9«% oqoi a©6Q 
aS OOO^LaWQ i ^geaiq <9i9^t« ©9« otgm 

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69^9^ ^9fl 99, Q^9^ 9«92il 4 aol9«D I -^l^ 
6Q69 C16SQ 9<SS 91 qaap $6Q° 9«JQ t^fll© 99S) I 
«9I 8Q9lfll5)69 Ml ^69 6 2fi$ Q9 C9IQQM I 
<9IQ 9«l «8Q 93101% 9*9 ^9; <I8 aoi ^Q9 
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q$ aei9i w% <9i <J99 pqsiw i GG8Q as gasQ 

SV?«a9 QSQ 9€i 9! ElOQI Q3<3H OOIQ6S) QQGQ 01 
G«9I6Q « BOI Qt^Gq 1 «*&l a» QHQ9IQ QCQ 

OQ§8Q— G9. W — ©Q«- a^QIOTO SOTSlg— 
Charasia Addicted to smoking Charas, 

&${ 

(qqsI— asw%fl) * 

Chara <. I a^aS 3QWQ a^a 28QGQ QQ 

5firt <51IQs H9 fillQQl — 1. Grazing; 

gn^^^T browsing of cattle and birds. 

qq 9iQ afll envies 9© i fla^e- g«*i i 

2. Grass; fodder. 

* I fll29IG# Q&efl Q9109I fji»^ ««$% 691Q 

*ll89l S>9GQ TO^Q ©5% 8°aGQ 9_«lflQI 

<5119v ©6QQ — 3. Pood for fishes strewn 

on a particular spot of a tank or river 

to attract fishes ( so that a person may 
successfully angle there }. 

6^6)631863 ICi1 Qlff— 4. Pasture. 

+ I ( e. ©q ) GW) GJQ; QOI; a*— 

5. Sand bank; accretions; alluvial land. 

gats?ia. aaio i 

6. Rumination. 

69. 9tf— <■ I 0%?l9i — 1- Grazing; browsing. 
> I G«l% €>Q9IQ G9ICIM— 

2. Fit for pasture. 

* 1 GsasjoisQ GNOSIS)— 

3. Used as a pasture 

v I 6SJQ ai»GQ qis ae €119*1 mid $«§— 

4. ( land ) Used by fish to find food. 

* i (ta«»n w aGQ gqpi) 6a 034. qot» — 

5. Tending cattle. 


( aai— QI$QQ 6SM I ) 
glGO. ( **Wq$ ) Q — <> I «|9H— 1. Food, 

y i gisigiQQ— 

2. Maintenance; food and raiment. 
©QQ— 69. $— ©G3Q ( G9« ) 

Charai Charei ( See ) 

QQQC9QI — GO- $— €WCflW6Q €dl% O^Q erg$ 
CharSi deba gq, 9qQ0| 5 «qi gQ^|— To cause or 
bf^Wi*r€3(1 allow cattle to damage a crop by 

«nJ$ii grazing. 

( OG«Q G09I— Q9i%0 ) 
QQQQI— G9. $. ( e. G)@ al^£f9$— 0$ ai^) — 
Gharaiba ^ | ^€11% 3^Q «^_0Q9]G9G« ©Wl— ' 
53to 1. To watch or tend cattle while 

^■<j«h; ^<HHI grazing. 

( OG^Q^I «lft*j^a ) qq 9QQG3 SQQ, OQQai^ 9i^q— 

^ I GCll^^QQQQ QQ$\§ q©a| 9Q9I— 
2 To allow the cattle to graze. 
* ! as©!® WSIQ9I; OatftQI— 

3. To look after; to take care; to attend to. 

«Q9 SQIQ 990. q»i fl^s ©Q§ — ©a i 

4. The causative form of Chariba. 

SIC9. ( sinews > £— «© ^asapi G9f^Q» 

Q«fi99l e^% GQW 0919 «e«Q9l — 
To feed a victin ( goat or sheep ) with 
the offerring of a Goddess before it 

is killed. 
[§— ©QQ9I 9SJIQ sgqig^i %a SGcr aaQi, 

G9QI, GffQI 8^iS! SSIlBOl %Q qg §< I ] 
©qOQ— ff.. W. (Wi ©«l + ?IQGi )— HI9G! ^Oflffl; 
Charachara oq^j ^ aOQ^ ( Qg ) — Animate 
and inanimate; locomotive and stati- 
onary; moveable and immoveable 

( things j. 

3. ©- 1 I &GT3 W 6 al9Q 9g951©© ©€lv; 

§>^.ff?!lQ — 1/The universe; the aggregate 

of all things animate and inanimate 

( moving and stationary ) creation; 

the world. 


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GQ9 


so cfiiiscQ rac<? « gncetoca 9 w, eocp w^fioaift aai»cfl q£q cage J«iwe^9i flifiq% ac? tsisvi^ G9<? i sjeii— 
4 -iq' 9 vera 'Qirf wik© s V 9 pete V csScv; '<** 9 aocst '<?«Oq«c<? ; 'aai^aKasQ'M'ce^'aQw'ffgiQCQ'aftQftwaw 


y I Qiq — 2 Atmosphere or air. 
QQ. — aQgnSCIIQ — The human society. 

©QOQqa-e. 9. ( ?t1 «»©, oq©Q+q%=o^i )— 

Characharaguru aQCWO; 9$.$LQ — 

The creator; the Lord of the creation. 
OQ§ ( QQflQ )— GO. 9— QoS Q©iI9 ( G9« ) 

Charani ( etc ) Charani etc (See) 

oqoio— go. s>— eaef 910 91 91^ aqjoo so^go 

Charabata ©q SfiSIKi, «ai9^9$fl|0 <0 glQGQ 
OiOi G9Q aQStfGQ a©«i glffGQ flIGO — 
A wind which pangs or throbs or 
appears now in one part of the body 

now in another. 

$Q§«— 69. 9- ( «9ieFo WSQ SO )— OQ9Q; «l«$0; 

Charabnla OQQI 6 ^Q| 2HQ 3^1 — Koaming and 

B^ftfWi grazing etc. 

©QQcf— go. 9. ( sr. ©9a+$8) — 1 1 ©qoio ^ 

CharabhuiS G£)$C% C©?«8 a^9l QSLOO $1 fl|Q 

TpcTI^; ^<W< ©Q9I^2II$]& — 1. A place to which 

(©3|99— 2ICH€Jfl) an animal or herd or fishes 

frequent for grazing or browsing or 
feeding; pasture-land, 

J 1 (QMiei) G07«s§ 9«i§Q woi aioiq© 99919 
^|g — 2. (figurative) Resort; one's much 

frequented place, 

©Qflfl— W. 9— 6«M%W Cflqi ©qCW 90IG3 e«K» 
Charamula G©9I 9^J© 91 90 — Wages paid to 
b4tW4 *t^g1 the person who tends cattle and 
W.WW sheep.. 

©qeaei- go. 9 ( e. o^q «o a© 69Q §. aoqiao) — 

CharSmegha G3€^ G3Q «0gi9^ a©igl©% ®Q 

Drifting cloud. 

©qq.oi— fli69. (ogo) 9 — ©qQ9i (eo«) 

Charayba Charaiba (See) 

©Qft- so. 9<i. ( e.' qoo ) — Gai^ Gfl^i oqqqei 

Charaji ©qsaiQ — A herdsman; a person Vho looks 
*rWt*T after grazing beasts. 

OQ20- flieo. W9S9) 9— t 1 ©iaq096a<a — 
ChariS 1. A kind of reed grass. 


G998 — 2. A man who is sacrificed as a 
victim in a cultivated land. 

Charita 1 | ^q^i^GQ 9f9 ©^ 91 9*01 91 ^^1^" 
1 . Mythological event or topic; episode. 
( 301— flQiQCOQ aaiG^QCQ© I ) 
y I ^Q^lSo Cl^Ol — 2. Historical episode. 

* I ©Q# — 3. Character. 

v ! eliOQgl — 4- Conduct; behaviour. 

* I ©9Q^i — 5. Delineation. 

9 1 aoqio- go^io— 

6. An institution; a fised institate. 
5> I Q3I; Q© — 7. Usage; practice; custom; 

manners. 
r 1 gqei; og©. g^iQ 5 qq— 

8. Movement; walking; moving; motion. 
t I OI£fl — 9, Action; work; doings. 

to 1 9*19919 — ^0 Treatment. 

it. 1 eof ij ^ai^— 

11. Endeavour; steps taken. 
O I «t90©Q0— 12. Biography 
*•» I 01^0^; 0I&9Q — 13. Proceedure. 
tv I Oflf. ^OOO -14. Ways; mode of life. 

e. 3«. (0^ ai^-j-stf. ©)— i 1 aoqo— 
1. Performed; initiated; conducted. 
j 1 ^o — 2. Done. 

* t §9— 3- Fulfilled; attained, 
v 1 q^ — 4. Finished. 

* I £TQ9 — 5. Resulting from. 
9 I $SS>— 6. Eaten. 

9 I afl ©-7. Followed. 
r 1 aQ^ — 8. Practised. 

« 1 00913 gqj(jo — 

9. Ascertained by a spy ( M. W. ) 
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Charitabya t. i gi<$>| ©<gQ© — 

1. To be performed or practised. 
J I 3191 ©qflSl Q€>©— 
2. Fit or proper to be performed. 

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Charitabrata g@ q© 9191 giq ) — ea 5© 3©<|IO 

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One who has observed a religious vow. 
Q€J©I«1IQ— e. €>. ( $><%1 OO: QQ© + a«lMl» ) — 
Charitakhyana Q$i&& wQfo «fi99©3© 9$9 — 

Biography of a person; relating the life 
and doings of a man. 
QQeiGMiqo — sr- ©<a. qj. (*<|1 ©Oj ©§©-fiaeiii£}Q>— 
CharitSkhyayaka QQQQ aerobe? «aW^^GQ«0- 
(©Q9WI^9I — qjl) Biographer. 

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Charitabali S3€99q9<! Gil99©Q©9 $99— 
IG)Q©I9»1 — afti^Qj A collection of biographies 

and lives. 

Cbaritartha «ef«QGQ9H 91 9Wi 3191$ 91 3191- 
(0€lO!ai— ti) giQ) — ^ I Q«QlfiW — 1- Successful. 
(OQOtfoi— «) > \ WTOIfl; SI9I9 Q^q §<S> 
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2, One who has attained his wishes one 
who has his aim fulfilled or accomplished. 

• I ©WIS©; WOIIS}© -3. Obliged, 
v 1 q<Mj — 4. Pleased; satisfied. 

Cbaritartha kariba * | «©1Q 91|l 3§ ©Q ©1$. 

^fi d T ^fi^ TT 1. To make one happy by 

fulfilling one's desire. 

■ 9 I aoi^ag^i 9S9I — 
% To satisfy a person. 

* 1 TOi 9**§$ qgqsi sia^GQ wiq G99I— 

3 . To cause any one to attain his aim. 


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Charitra «. | aOQa 3 qS}0«G>. ©f©9tQ — 
1. Conduct; behaviour. 
> I SS19; g$Q- 2. Nature; disposition. 
* I ^q,Q; ^Q—2. Practice; custom; usage. 
"* * GO^I*3 Q$\% — 4 - Endeavour. 

5 Character; morality, 

? l Q©9I^ ©I*©, q.q^l, 9l9il9G$ OlSj© 
2119^9 ©9© ^q^> -6, The character of 
a personage as depicted in a book or 
history gathered from the book. 

9 I QQ9I9 — 7. History; memoir, 

r 1 3id9i3e ©1 eoT^a© ©ig qtq «9^q ssqi 
91 Q<a^9|9, sofqS© Qaifiisio— 

8. Historical or mythological anecdote or 

narrative. 

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t I ^Q ®0G€1 QQ%Q «BQQ. a^— 

9 Law as based on custom or usage. 

10 A Buddhistic religion or sect. 
G9- 9-— QQ9 ; 319QQ§jCj— Biography. 

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^Q9 92Q gC3 ©§Q ©Q9 Ofc»l- 

A 1. Depicting the character of a historical 

or a mythological personage. 

3 I QQ&{ ©€l^9 9SI«niQ— 2. Depicting 

human nature; a study of human nature 

as depicted in a work of history; 

biography or fiction. 

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Charitraban * | g©Qp. ^^^—1. Of good 

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character. 

2. One who has already performed a 

sacrifice (M. W) 
QQe^9— 3. 9«. 1" — ( *S ( TO J OOPWl <g9 ) — 
Charitrahina «I3©§§)- 9%9«?ft qQM> 36^99} 
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Immoral; of bad character; devoid 
of moral stamina. 

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Charitra Tamarind tree. 

0Q9I— G9. ?.— («T.OQ a|§)— * t9QQ«9Q9l;QOg9l 
Chariba" 9€}9I — 1. To wander; to rove; to run 

5^1 anout. 

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3. To graze; to browse. 

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quest 'of food 
* J 3IQ9I— 5._To eat. 

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9Q9I — 6. To damage a cloth or book 

or wood or leaves of a tree (said of 
worms, white ants and caber pillars.) 

(aai— Gossip &119 «q ©aw 1) 

* 1 (cq«3) aw ew^?*99si 9Q9ii e<nt9i — 

7. (cloud) To envelop the body of a 

mountain. 

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GharibulibS Chariba (See) 

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Charijiba CQ93I9 9iig €991 — 1- ( any disease 
&C3*lf«3l or medicine or poison) To pervade or to 
g^TTHT to be diffused through the whole system. 

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2 i cattle) To completely or excessively 
damage the crop of a field. 
(aai—CGI 9>QQ6i««B€l^G€ll% OQ QQ^ I ) 

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919Ih^ 919IQ9I— 3 To go out for 

grazing. 
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1. Moving about; moveabie- 
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Chari 9G9 )— flWl — An animal ( M. W. A 

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Q«l C9IQgOI aq-l. Boiled sweetened 

rice or sweetmeat put into the 'Koma'- 

fire along with the ghee-offering. 

> i o^giftl (ew) ( g- wsiaq )— 

2. Charusthali (See). 

( % Q9QIS1Q ) — 3. Boiled rice from 
which water has not been poured off. 
v | gq$iQ«$9 ( g. S93ICIQ ) — 
4. Pasture-land; pasturage. 

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(@. 39QICIQ) — 5. Grazing tax. 
9 I 9@ (@. 393l€t§) — 6. Vedic sacrifice. 
5> I 919% G9<a ( t. tfQgieis )— 7. Cloud. 

1. Chatdu (See) 

2. Charia (See). 

<o>%9!0— QL 9— 9?9IO (G9«!) 

Charukathi Chardukathi (See). 

Charusamidha g§© siq© €991 9«JIQ'6 9IO~ 

Sweetmeat and fuel given into a 
sacrificial fire along with the offer- 
ings of ghee. 

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Charusthali Gflfif 9!§"GQ ©%a$ Q«WI<l— 

The earthen pot in which 'charu' is 

cooked. 

Charuha G«II^OQQI ggqGQ ©391 9<Ig; «h 

qQtfGQ ©q.Q 91§; G3 Q!§ S?6St; Q\Q®Q; 

©QG>1 — A person who looks after cattle 

while grazing; a cowherd. 

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Charuhoma 9«§9I 9l°g ; gi°99$ (*iG9Q) — 

Oblation of meat offering into the sacri- 
ficial fire ( as laid down for certain 

occasions). 


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Charei 1. Tending of cattle. 

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^T?rr 2. Rich pasturage. 

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a9ief, wi 8i3gq §aisi<i— 3. Bits of 

food strewn in the water to attract 

fishes to a place where a person 

intends to angle. 

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Chareighara Bird's nest, 

Charengur^a Grazing ground. 

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Charch Church. 

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Charchbel 3c?lGQ 9l©9l OSil — Church-bell. 

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Charcha Consideration; delebration (M. W.) 

(9©i — ao^^a) 

Od© (fiOHIQ)— 69. 21 ( »1OQQ0 ) — 

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Charchar etc. (See) 
Qtfq- G9. 9— ogoq ( G9« .)— 

Charshara Charchara ( See ) 

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Charchraiba Charcharaiba ( See ) 

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Charcha «. I 2JIGQlQff — 1 Agitation. 

(Q<S— a©i%Q) y \WQQQQ\ — 2. Discussion; 

dealing with a subject. 

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* I q$8 $98 8IQ§ — 5. Recitation; repetition. 
9 I ©a 5 ©^l 5 aoyilfl>— 6. 'Constant pondering 
over a matter; reflecting upon. 

9 \ GSTO; G9ITOI — 

7. Besmearing; anionting; laying on. 

r | 2JQ9®lO — 8 Investigation^ enquiry. 

^ I §93 — Q. Walking; travelling. 
' o I 9^91 — -10. Testing; examination. 
^ I 39— ]1. Care; attention. 

*-> I 9&i>; oqi«» ( 8- SOTI9Q )— 

12. Description. 

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of a word in reciting the Vedas> 

specially while adding 'iti 7 (M.W.) 

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14. Talking about; conversation (M. W.) 
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15. Alternate recitation of a poem by 
two persons (Wilson). 
K9 I ©Q$; «OT«IQ — ^ 6 - Inquiry (Wilson). 

17. Rumour. 
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19. Gayatri personified. 
gq. © ( s- Mil )— aqiroi 98© q«i€i© aQq 91 

Serving or treating of a guest; a treat; 

hospitality. 

$9iQ9— 69. 9~OQ^QO ( GQ« )— 
Charchaita Charachaita (See) 

Charchakariba 1. To discuss a matter. 

Sfcmi ) I ao^QQ W9I— 2. To study a subject 
^fam l or theme. 

919IQ fiq 6SSI QQ91— 3. To^ervea 

guest. 


Charcha behera Charachaita ( See ) 

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Charchia Charachaita ( See ) 

qqqi— sr. ©. gl ( o© ai^+qs. a©+il. a )— 

Charchika ^ I aCTGQ ©GW CRB© — 1. Smearing 
' '(©©"©I — WiQfl) the body with scented pastes. 

? i ©ei 5 t»Gca©©i < s- «oti«) — 

2. Discussion. 

* I q& I ( 8. a©3iaQ)— 3- Goddess Durga 

(M. W.) 

4. A kind of bean. 

1. The big village of Banki in 
Cuttack District. 

> \ QI^GQ a©«i ©ftl9§i «t«G«Q — 
2. Name of the goddess in Banki. 

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Charchita €Q©0— 1- Served-, worshipped. 

(Q© 1 ©— 3Q^Q) ? I $m— 2 - Besmered; anointed. 

«> | ygQ©© — 3. Considered. 

v I SDGQIQQ — 4 Discussed; treated. 

* I aff&llQ; ©S)©- 5 - Pondered over. 

QQQI— W, ® .— OQGt «WI (6Q«) 

Charchiba Characha karibS (See) 

Charchch (root) To produce a crackling sound. 
> I 8BGQWI OOTl— 2. To discuss; to deal 
with a subject; to study a subject. 
« | ^gQ| — 3. To speak; to talk. 

w I SjW G9^l— 

4. To look beautiful or lovely. 

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anoint. 


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while adding fi iti* (M. W.) 

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Charohchaka * | 2i36G3Q9l9l<33 — h Discussing. 
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2. A person versed in the Bedas 

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Charchchana v I aiGQO©— 1* Discussion. 
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- Charchchara ctqQdlQ - Moving. 

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of drum producing a crackling sound. 

2* Musical symptony;- 

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3. A kind of swiftly sung song; an alter- 

nately recited song. 

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4. Name of a religious ceremony per- 

formed in spring time- 

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2. Amusement 

* J 9l*9GTi 9lt9lfl5ll ( (. QQ9ISIQ ) — 
3. Songs and music. 

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Charcharika ( §. a99iS19 ) — 1. One of the 

attendants of Siba 

> I aid; Q19 ( g. ^9^1519 ) — 2 Pot-herb. 

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9IQ9 } — 3. Act of dressing up of the 

hair. 

©©'qWlQ — *. 9— G9IMWI «1^9^G«ia— 

Charchcharibihara The sports in the red powder 
during the Bolajatra festival. 

o©a - ^. 9 — qC9QW 99 m siaq^ <39 (f. a9gi£l9) — 
Charchchas One of the nine treasures possessed 
(OQS— SiPMOQ) by God Kubera (M, W.;. 

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Chardang Char^ukSthi (See). 

°rf ( ai^) — S. — ? I 9^9 G99I — 

Charpa (root) 1- To extend. 

J I QS9IG99I — 2. To lie Hat. 

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Charpa^a 01991; OS9dl; 99®« ^19 2IQI9— 
6, qaSI, ^q^l 1. A slap (by the palm of the 
5t*f\5 hand)- 

gq?T > 1 99919—2, Clapping. 

•» I 9gl9 — 3. Extention; extent; span* 


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4. The open palm of the hand (M. W.) 
e. W— t I 9qp; a*9 ( fi- OTSMGQ ) — 
1. Great, excessive. 

' * 19 a^iQ 9 *©i G9'Q s«M— 

2. Lying flat to the head (M. W ). 

©a*i — sr- 9- ( oa%+il. n )— <, i h9j?i»9— 

Charpata 1. Sound produced by slapping. 

y ! ©iQ SQ — 2. Clapping sound. 
* I QQ €J9S<a1i «Ol6<at; SslGQSI HOI— 
3- A ceremony observed on the 6th day 
of the bright fortnight of Bhadrab on 
which Shashthidebi is worshipped and 
children are patted with a bunch of 
e-mail branches by elderly women. 
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©dfQi— *- e. d. ( ©as +©+*!. n )— 

Charpatika * i ©wagiq 991 G9IQ 3g© G9IQSJ9J 
5MI*l 9%©; 9l%©l©q §OI; 9I©G9Q %f; a&l; 
TimJi Qiq§ — "U A thin piece of bread or cake 

( pressed thin by the palm ). 
> I Q$ % — 2 - Biscuit. 

©0*1 — e- 9. ( ©Q$+$l. $ )— * I ^*l"( GQ« ) 
Charpatl 1 . Charpata ( See ) 

y I ©sffQI ( €Q3 ) 
2, Charpatika ( See ) 

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Charba Charba ( See ) 

Q<3. <%?)—*! ©1^91 ( oq«W )— 

1. Biting; given to biting; currish. 

2. Ferocious (animal ); malignant. 

©Q — G"§GQ. Q- (ffl)~M €Wj 99! — 

Charbi 1. Animal fat. 

^ .9 I 1JO W»© 9511 ©$©1£1IQ gg© G99» gQi— 
T««ft 2. Lard; grease, 

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2IM I G^Qi© s©qiG© <J9l a^Og ttpi%% 4©; 


<9I aiflCQ G«l©$< ©Ifi; A^k <W, 919© 99tf 

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«Soo©— w. 9— G^aiQi aiw ©© 6 a« qm gi©GQ 

Charbichakti q|q^© ^aQ^I GQKaQtQ ©^«t§ 6 ©91 — 
Lard and circular piece of leather 
given on the wheel and axle of a 
cirrage-wheel to grease ( prevent 
wearing due to friction of) the wheel. 

QOQ©— GQ. §— ©§GQ QO€t ©0 ; flWQ©— .. 

Charbibati Candle made of animal fat; tallow 

candle. 

©© G9QI~ OT. ^— * I GTOq$ 6991— 

Charbi heba 1* Increase of fat in the body. 
> I GSItl 6WI — 2. Fattening. 
« I (Q^ief) Wl €991— 3, (figurative) To 
become elated with pride* 
W (ai^)— e.— G^9IQ9I— To munch; to chew. 
Charbba (root) 

©eyfii— e. § <w ai^+q9 v a©)— 1 1 eq9iQ9i; «?$- 

Charbbana ^»|q eag^i § £}! — 1 Chewing; mun* 

(OQ'gl-a©^) ching; mesticating 

(©©©— Qtil) J I 6^ 9g G^9|J3IQaiCQ — 

2. A thing which can be chewd^ 

* I ©G9«M (fi. aQgiQQ) (GQ«)— 

3. Chabena (See) 

Wfll — G9. 9« — GS 6«!i9IQ ©Q <3!|< — 
Charbbana Chewing; masticating. 

Charbbaniya Gqi9JQ9IQ QQlCt«i — Fit to be 
(QWlq— a©iqfl) chewed; maaticable. 

Charbbita 1 | SIPS>-~1< Tasted. 

(©§©— «W1%a) > I 9191% es t QI 9N— 

2. Chewed; masticated. 

* i Gq,9l© ©Q qai99l — 

3. Eaten after mastication 

*. e— * i aiffg^j Gsa^ aa— 1- Spittle. 

y I Gfitl%«IQ9 9»»— 2. Cud- 


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•> I ©q"g1— - 3. Chewing; mastication. 
©^©©e-fl — ST. §. ( ?<|1 ©S; osTo+o^di ) — 

Charbbitacharbbaria ^ | a|q$— 1. Chewing of 

the cud. 
9 I (ftyMa) 9 3© ©§© q.98 <?2JQ - 
2. ( figurative ) Repetition of a thing 

already said. 

•» I (dfltfieT) $© ©is'to gsw«w— 3. ( fig. ) 

Redoing of a work once done, 
OQi— $N §31. (0^|^+QQ. fl)-— €«1©IQ©I$ Cfllfill; ' 
Char bbya ©9tf|q — Masticable. 

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99$ 6 G£}GI£> I ] 

©91 <^i €Q9i esq— *. 9«. ( $9; 9§ 9Gsai%G9 

Charbbja ehushya lehya peya §JSIG© ©i©9IQ ) — 
SHJflOIQQ CIIWQi; 3191 Gq,9IQ OQ, £1191 
G«l««€} f 91^1 G^9Q. 6 SI9I §Q9£ §»- 
ai<l — Food of every kind; sundry 
eatables (consisting of articles taken by 
chewing, by sucking, by licking and 

by drinking). 

[ 3— G9§ G9§ GQS9 ©9% <^, GfiWi, G3^ 
£©G© a3$G£a ©9% CCt^i, COW, GOSJ ©WIQ 
9Q9IQ GQ«I9K I ] 
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Charma ©| I«f ©qai<) — * I ©391; QO ; ©9 — 
(©*"— a©i^a) 1. Skin. 

J I «fl© G99Q flG^ 2 - Hide. 
» I QQ9 GSSl; 99» — 3. Bark. 
5 I atfi^— 4. Shield. 
* I q^_5. Armour. 

9 1 sraca^iq 09i 69IQ aietq 6 giql QqaiQgQi 

©991 — 6, Leather. 
G9. 9 — ©QS ( 69fl ) Charama ( See ) 

©tf©— q. q — ©9©i9 (G9«) (§. 9931©©) 

Charmaka Charmakara (See) 

G9. «*L— .©3GQ Q3Q (©iQtill) — 

Made of leather or hide. 


-* ©.—V I <J9 ?€|Q 9^1— 
Charmakari 1. A kind of scent. 

(ofoq— ao^qji) > i srgGqg^lfiioi (§. sotiqq)- 

2. Name of a creeper. 

©#9Si— e, ©— Gas>ai^«ta <G9«0 (9g©$| — 99ig<s ) 

Charmakasha Chhelipagulia ( See) 

©4©€ll 7 w _ „ 

©#9IQ— ST- 9. ( ©#+$+©$• a ) — I I Gfllil — 
Charmakara I. Shoe-maker; tanner; cobbler. 


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ffloaaai QQeiewas; erect 


TOl §1^9GQ ogi«l 41 aqQiGf- 
2. A low untouchable caste 
amongst Hindus^ 

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«fl G9SGG1 'OflltffllGO 'O^ 919 9Q^ fflg I 

^laapcj oif q«iq wq^j 1 afl G93GQ 'gaio? 
©IQ 'Ofl' 919 9QSJ 4 <9IGQ QS1IQC?OI^ g©$ t 

<^ mkii-c ©a aw ©fliQfliGft o«i9i oia- 

9%^GQ 1 ae€i G^IQ 6 Q9IQ 3®3 »I© G9G^ I ] 
Charmakila 1 . A wart or mole on the body. 

( ©V5IQ— aQi%3 ) 9 I ae'cqa— 

2. Piles ( a disease j. 
» I Ql«a1eqa"( §. €I93I€1Q )— 3. Bubo. 

Charmaghatika SI ) — G9I9 — Leech. 

( ©V«afQl — afih^fl ) 
c«S©Q8— ^. o— WQ aaiQtf oa ( §i^©sq ©aqfo )-— 

Charmachakshu^ The ordinary eye ( as opposed 

to the eye of' knowledge )_ 

Charmachataka g)9lQ 09 O^iq aqo) — Ql^ — 

(0% r ©^9 — 3QM%a) Bat; flying fox 

[ 3— <WI6S> GI2GQ SJ9SJ I ] 

€tffo§9l— «. «. «1 ( ©fl+Qt-f GQH-*1- * )— 

Charmachatika ©?I©9I; Ofl©Ofa ; GO^S— The 

©V©!©! j small house bat; Cynopterus 

09©tl I «KM^fl Marginatus. 

©fl©S9l J [ o— <qiG© QGQ ^ G9Q»GQ 

Q9gJI ] 


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Charmachitra $»€© ) — M Qh© ^|e^Cl — 
Q*h%$} 1 K Lencoderma; the white 

©^©■tf© j «■ disease. 

S I ( Wi© ©9 ©$Q©^ ) ©f)^3 5 91^125 — 
2 Spotted deer 

<3(fo— e. ©. ( ©a + e© ai$+©<§. « )— 

Charmaja £ I GQS; Gqfl— 1- Fur. 
-> I ©§— 2 Blood. 

2 Hide-hound instruments; drums. 

?|9Q fflffl 9104 fflfl, 

y I 6Q9; €63$ ( Q - W91Q© ) — 

2. Down of the blood. 
* I $$; «i§ ( 8- s©9i«Q ) — 3. Blood 

1, Born of the skin. 
( sea— ©«© cq«, ©V© SI* I ) 
^ l ©v©3© — 2 Made of leather or hide. 

o&igi— $■ ©. ^1. (©&>+©© +$1.$) — nqoooqqa 

Charmanbati a<& 9§ ^SOfiJfiig 3<$Q© '©^ ffqj; 

(©^«i— a©s^a) g<2_ai©Q9 oefQcas— 

1. The river Chambal in Bundel-khand 
( N. "W . provinces of India ); a sacred 
river of the Hindus 

w<$fl si srqsa gqs> ©tf Gaso 

OT q« GQIQ sag©lG© a§)a© I Sgi oqi <9i© 

ss>©ift6Q q©t Qaew ag«w ©<a ©a ©^q 
©i§tf g^i»© ©$Q$t6ffii 1 «§ ©90 . aq$uoe ©5 

GjJIS^O ©«3I $SJ^ G9lQ^©l ©£JI QH«GQ Q$«Q I ] 
y \ $Q»1 C1& — 2. Plantain tree. 

©3©QCf— *r. ©. ( ©q ©1 cqcigg, ©i§© )— 

Charmataranga t i $qq q^ ; Q©a«5© o^— 

(©4©QGP — WhQQ) 1. Hanging skin of an old or 

sick person. 

y I Q©© ©^Q9© — Folds or flaps of hanging 

skin of an old or sick person. 


• 1 qwicj 9i§c gqsq e^6e9iog9i g.tl— 

3. Folds of skin bulging out of the belly 

of a fat person 

Q&>$ — fl, 9- ( $><|l ©©; ©^+^?g ) — ©TOIQ €^99 — 
Charmadanda Whip made of strings and leather; 


©^©if^l 


leathern whip. 


a©sqa 


Q^Qft— g. ©— S^^eeflg— Impetigo; a kind of 
1 Charmadala * skin disease. 

iofo-?i^a) 

Charmadushika 9Q_6^a (j. a«?q|gQ) — 
(Qfy^iQ I — 2J»1%a) Ring wor m . 

Q^Q fl— ff. ©— $tf Q-^© OS (S3I9I© QIOOI «|Q ©isiQ^ca 
Charmadruma efi5&9IGQ ©^©§© G9IQ81G©) — 
(©^ r Q 51 — 3©sQQ) A variety of the birch tree 
whose thin bark was used for paper; 

Betula Bhurja. 

Charmanayana The ordinary eye. 

GSCOW P9 G9G0 Q3 *i^ 

€>fla^i— «. ©• il. (©^4-a^+^lGeT^; ©^qq ap=as 

Charmapatra 3191©) — ©1^©; G©9dl— The bat. 

o6Hn i^©,Q a 

©«ap1 i 
0^01991—^- ©. il. ( s- a- gq> ©d + ai^oi ) 
Charmapaduka Qai©9i G©l©! — 
(©^%|*5©l — SJQhQS) Shoes (made of leather). 

©^al©©!— e. ©. ^1. ( ©$+a1© ai^+Q©+a }— 

Charmapirdika ^ 1 <|©g©i© 999©| ©I Q%fy eqfl- 
(©^Ol^©! — «l©1^|) 1. A kind of small pos. 

[ 5— <gCQ eqdl© cioi ©q G9iQjaw 6 gaia 
6 MqfiQi §< 1 §. a©aiciQ 1 ] 

J \ GWGQ ©© ©Q G9IQ TOQI %§ 2D— 

2 Small pimples or eruptions on the body. 
* I 9o9ai— 3. Measles. 

©dq$— s. ©. ( ©3-f<iLS )— sSa q©i© q^qi ©«g^ 

Charmaputa ggo ©991© %#l ©1 G©)©— 

©?i^ ( Big leathern jars ( for storing 

Oft 9*0 J ^ oil) ghee etc )" 


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Leather bag. 


Charmapurcla 

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■€.dg€W9l— *-9. *.(©fl + g+CWai%+9$ W + *l. 

Charmaprabhedika B|)-q©«aHQ g<gQ £T$IQ9!Q 

( ©3iS6Q$Qi— siG^a ) &^LI^QGM — Lancet; a 

surgical instrument for piercing the 

skin. 

.<3>fi9GTO9— e. ©• I". (Ofl+S + 59 ai$=G9QQi + 
Oharmaprasebaka $q. gj®) — v | %®\ Qiq^iQ 

(©ft gewQ - aQ H %£i) qg^sq ©q©i ©3g$ ©aiq- 

1. Leathern bellows. 

> ! og; «a gogiq G9i@9i ©aG«$ gg© 

©9GH3 $5f— 2. Leathern bag or pouch 
for carrying water and oil; Vistee 
*«fl©GI— 9°. ©. il. I Qfl + 99 + %1. « ) — 
Charroabati ©sk^l ( G93 ) 
(Q^frsi — Sft*tQ9) Charmanbati v See ) 
.©doia— Q°. M. ( ©$9l$?- ©#+919 )- 

Charmabasa ^\Q 6 qci09 c §$qai (9^)— 

Wearing skin (of tiger and deer). 

s^ese) ©&19 g^qqhI . 1 93* 9. M9iqQd. a© 1 
Charma ma&urika Charmapirdika (See) 

0$$- g. ©. (©«+% ai$=QQ ©Q9I + 9& 9 0)— 

Charumra ©9©IQ- GSI© — 

(0%^ — »h%9) Cobbler; shoe-maker. 

O^SQQ — $. ©. (A- Q- GQi ©S + 6qQ) — Q&± 3$fl<a 
Charmaroga Q^Q| G^Cij (Ql£; %ga ; .9l%9Q9 — 
(Q^GQa— 39i^9) Skin disease. 

•jQjsSmI-s. 9.— (0^+99 81^+9$. O-t-%1. Q> — 
Cbarmahantri $|ftfl (G961) 
(O^^il— ^Ci^a) Halima (See;. 

*©.fliQM -sr- 9.il-(©fl+aahi)— ao J %g^Ge i a (<i3eQ) 

Charmakhya G993 ©TOI tl^SI G9IQSI14 ) — 
(©^ISh — ^l©*i©a) A kind of skin disease; Sclero- 
derma (accompanied by rigidity and 
hardness of the skin.) 


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Charmata £ft9C€$ — An ancient surgical 

instrument 

Qtfi«Q®i9 — ?. Qtil. (?$ ©9^; ©£fa9Qg;9 )— €9 
Charmanuranjaka ©a®|^ QC|>|<| Q| 9£<a — 
(©3 l^Q&9 — 3Qi^Q) A tanner; a person who 

dyes leather. 

©#I9Q8i9— e. 9. C Ofl+«fij?«» )^^ I (£«j1 00.) 
Oharmannranjana ©qQf ^<89| Q| QGfifQ^I — 
(©^IQQS^ — aon^a) 1. Tanning. 

> I ^Q§^$) §G£a — 2. Yellow orpiment. 

©tflQ— ^. Q. (©a+% iai^QQi QQ9I+SJ)*— G^IO — 
Charmara Cobbler. 

(Q?i r |Q— a«h%Q) 

Qflfo— ff. 94. (G>tf-hQ9; GJ3 0999Q ETS)© £li£KI QQ 
Charmika q^ *€Q)— SIR aQ^lfcSWQj Olfiiaiq- 
(O^Tq— a©^Q) Fighting with or carrying a 

leathern shield. 

1. A warrier who fights with a 
shield in his hand. 

> I (©tf+9) ^p%§) (g$Q9l9)— 

2. The leaf of Birch. 

* I ai© r GW (g^QQIQ)— 3 Parchment. 

qSqi — e- 0- ( ©fo+qj. a )— e 1 ytfoQ— l. The 

Charmika paperlike bark of the birch tree. 

2. Parchment. 

o^l — g. $«a. ( ©q=©i^h-2is sieiG© QO ) — 

Charmi ©q^ (GQ«) 

(©tfl— affiqp) .Charmika (fcsee) 
^. Q.— ©fc ^ (G9CI) 

Charmaka 1. (See) 
©di— g- Q«. 9*. (©a yi%-h99. Sj— 2BOQ© G9^IQ 
Charjya QQ\Q % SfiGQed^j QQolq, ©^Q^— 

(©£hl — %1) Proper or fit to be practised- 

incumbent. 
q&i — «. 9. (oq at$+q$>. a+^l. «■)— ^ 1 sj©qd— 
CharjyS 1. Conduct; rules of conduct. 

($3£«— wod^ q^OSfil I ) 
> I Qft— t2. Movement; motion. 


©<aei 


( >*5>r ) 


Qffi 




w I QIQff— 3. Bringing up; .practising-, 

observance. 

(siai— geesni d 

v I qq| — 4. Protecting. 

* 1 £gQ|_5.[ Serving; tending; looking 

after. 

; (aai— a©4©fifci o. 

£ I 8fi$l©; WpO— 6- Eating. 
9 I OQ9 — 7. Character. 

r | 93 91 «q© aifitf — 

8. Observance of rules and customs. 

ti 1 3© 91 asfaia* ©Q«a — 
.9. Parctice of religious austerities. 

k° i q§; sns>©i (@- «©sioq) — 

10 Profession, 

q&^-S . 9. (©© *«%+©<§. <afii)— «. 1 (q_ 8 ) flftgi 
Charshani (§. QQqiQQ) — 1/Man. 

-M(*1> $©$> 4l (§• «WICIQ)— 
2. An adulteress. 

Charshani The human kind. 

OQ (aiq) — *.— CI© ©©91 - 

Chal (root) To move, 

©«j-G©. 9«s. ($'. ©©©, S&%*j$° )— «. t flO- ^ft 

Chal SlIQ^Ql — 1. Gone; departed. 

=33 J I EMSJQ— 2. Run away. 

(asi— gs 491 o§ ©Qi ) 

G9. 9 — Qfiiq© — Running away. 

( Sell— 63 £jj ©8 ©© 69<3 I ) 

€9. a. ( 30, (g) «. ©ft— ey* aia )— 

VlSJfil; €^81 — 

1. ( Interjection ) Get off; be gone I 
> I aQSQ $a — 2. Proceed; go on. 

©ft©©Ql— €9, « • ($?■§• ©QG9QI)— «.©Q9I, q©fl©r- 
Chalkariba To go away; to depart. 

- ©SJ9COQ9IJ **■ 
©Q© - C9. ©3 6 9— ©O© ( GS>3 ) 

Chalti Chalati ( See > 

©fijfell — 9169- ( *W»9S ) 9— ^firjp— 
ChaldhS A wicker work-tray. 


©QGtf©— 9IG9, (©IOWQ) ©— ©Gl^Q; ^Q<2©— 
Chalpher "Walking. 

©QQI — Q G9. (Sq#SL©) $ • ( *- 3S> y '%- 8-.OW* 1 >"~* 
Chaiba * ] o©9l; a© QC19I — 1. To move. 
9 t Q3tf QQQI— 2. To walk. 

©G§©Q£*1— G9. a. ( ©Qlq^aa©© SL ft - 8- ®^QQi|1> 
Chalbhaichhuttl aal© C^GQQP 1 WQQ ©icfi Sa^' 

* 1 $Q©3i; aafiiioiGQ ©5% €©fa9 ©iai ^^'9 

G9QSI fl^HQ €Sl€i" «©ff ^-O — 

1. Set free after one's work is finished. 
S I QiSjq^ q§— 2. Freed from a liability. 

{ sal— Q9\ Q9GQ q«i q9! ©Wi SSl^ G9Q, 
<J21Q© ^ *OfijS|Q8|1 I ) 

0«— g. e«. qf. ( Oft ai9+©$. 21 )— 
Cbala 1 l QfloalQ. fl©Q§%; 9»?i— 

(©©I- g|) 1. Moving, 

o»oi7 > 1 cn^ fli«1— ■ 

OQ§ 3 * 2. Livdng; animate. 

w I 2II©€2© — 3. Observed; practised. 

v I «3Q; 9?l«— 
4 Unsteady; fickle; wavering. 

* I ©$? © — 5. Trembling; tremulous. 

£ I GW«ifl©lj 9«4fl©l— 

6. Moving to and fro; shaking 
9 I aoiq© } a»l$©— 7. Fugitive. 
r I 9% <g©— 8. In use. 

U Unsteadiness; fickleness. 

j I (+©4 a) ©isgqai ©i^p©© Gqci— 

2. Wind disease; disorder or disorganis- 
ation of the system due to wind 

[ g— ©©I, caWW-6 ©ijj[ a©©i q©w qi^ 
cq© 1 ] 

* i ( «a €«© ) agsiGi Ga^ vg%® §9 

ffG9 arfi© &©s^ 8 96© (saai — »^© 

O©© ) — 3. Moveable bone joints of the 

body; a complete joint in the human 

body. 

* I Qi©9 ( §. a©Sia© )— 4. Mercury. 

+ I SQ; WIW© ( g. 999K1Q )— 5. 8iba. 


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Q»g>^ 


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9 i (+qQ. si) 9&q (g. a^giaQ)— 

7. Shaking-, tremour; vibration. 

r i wi«; \f (§. flOTiaQ)— 8. Defect; flaw. 

ti I q^; 916} ( g. 399199)— 9- Mistake. 
\o I QQ; «>a$ ( g. 393199 )— 1- Deception. 
<A I OQ19 CO%IWfl«, a§ €9 919 OW OI9I^L 

11. Beckoning with the hand during 

dancing. 

kj i Q9i9i»GQ one, qq^i, ©$i 6 a&aa^QQ 

CI^Q gKUQ fllQQI ( §. QQ^IflQ )— 

12. Deep sighing indicating grief; anxiety 
and exertion during dancing. 

GQ. 961 — * I qps^GQ — 1- Well conducted. 

( Ml — QI9IWQ ©MS I ) 

y I 3©ffi; W99 9#9qg — 2. Prosperous, 

€9* 9— <• I q«; 69ia; 99§— 

1. Anger; displeasure. 

2. Feeling of ennui, 
(aai— 99 99 G3IG9 ©ft fll^qSI I ) 

* I ($. ©$) 69IM 9I9Q O^^O 999» 9| 

q_s 9&j€9 GaGoaid qqia aiGQj eaig— 

3. Quantity of water which can be 

contained in the jiollowed palm of one 

hand; handful. 

ffi^fl tog Q$ ^£^«lW) 

[ 9— <© 9i®9 eg.^1^© 99©»G9 gsg© 9§ 
qqw «i% 9i ®g*9 aQfliflqt sais ctkwki i sai— 

GaiG<3 QlS, G9IG9 <*Q» I 9Q» 6 OP 9g WCQ 
'caitf 9n9$9 $« I 9§ '©«' G99» QQft 9| g$ 
S££?i i aai— og» ai@ t GaiG<3 aifi taeasi oca 

QlSt 3QS|«3G9 «S) I eatl^O OQOO^GQ &|IQ9l 

Qgft 9i ©s"q aewa^agot (sr. as©) G9ioai< I 
a«fli<i aiS «eaai caiG<a && a«a 6 caies aiS 
^jeasi ©g» aid 3«a i 1 

* I OT!©9 WCWI. 30ft 3l9gij 39gQG9S^9 

219gl — 4. A householder's worldly 

prosperity or plenty; the state of 

■being well-to-do. 


G«*3— G9- 9 (*. ©9©) — * I S)l©3399 €)©9 G9S1— 
Chalau 1. Velocity of a conveyance, 

(aai— « G9«CII?Q OfiJQ <3«3ilG9 «• C1|QQ I ) 
5^^ 9 I «QQ 9fl 91 3QIQ; ^Q— 

xTt^J 2. Mode or manner of motion. 

* 1 €1© — S. Motion, 
( 3211 — <\ Qlfi)9l 99l<3] «g9Q QfiiQ ^ «Gt I ) 

Chalakarnna 9QQ2J|<]^ — Moving the ears. 

e. 9— e I qgsDi%g9Q w« a^o ( g. ^e>- 

g|Q€j)~ 1. The natural distance between 

the earth and planet* 

> I 9ISI (§. 3^giQQ)— 2. Elephant. 

OfiQI— G9. 9— 9J€0ra; Qlpl^Q GCIIf<3 9t?©fi 

Chalaka (cciialoia ©C?) — Cuplike position of the 

palm of one hand. 

©&9I©«— W. a— <QQQ ( ©fll^aQia^ ) 3GQ TOi <0 

Chalakachala ©Qj 2(GQQ £813; cai^^Gai^ (©Cii^ 

(OQ^OS— aOHQ9) Q9ia) — Many or successive 

handfuls (of liquid). 

(aai— OQ9ioft aia oi ^ «iiQ9i^ qiq ^iqq 
G9q i) 
9ft€9^-e. 9 <0*Hi ooH-C^SL) aaG99^ ea<a — 

Chalaketu Name of a comet, 

[ o— 091 a£a sii^iaGQ Q9q ^o i o^iq q^ 

Q§^4 & 49 3^Q$_eil<} I ^1 Q9^ G9IQ $£J€I8 Q'^Q 
0Q$ «Q 9Q 3$&1§Q 91 3Q99 Q9?) 0^ 3939 
§« 6 9019 21919 SfclGQ «9aS G9IQJ3N I £T9^ 
G671I93 W€Q <9IQ Q9^ G9QIQ ^<>flmol% 
^rfljg aaG9 G93G9 9^fll9 939919 %<— 

(g. €193199) I } 
©G©9j-S. 9 (9§9lg; OO + OS^)— OGPIQafll— 
Chalachanchu The red legged Himalayan 

Partridge (which always moves its beak). 
©G©$ — e, 9«. %° ( 9^9^ Oft +©^> )— 

Chalachitta ^ | 9I9IQ gQQ §991 9lg> ©*fi»gq9> 
(Oft €>$— 11) O0O©Q— 1. Fickle-minded. 

0C©^9I 1 y I ^9^919©^' 2. Of unsteady 

©Q©©9 f mind; of movable temper* 

3. Anxious; agitated; perturbed. 


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«0 COlflCQ G3GV « QSIC919CQ ft SW, GOG© Gg§ GO QIQ STOGfl ©§« «A9» > fl * ©<§« Stf 91 fl!SL9$ €10 MIOTIC «9<? I m— 

•atf » 9&c« «awf Gfl|©s9j V «? flow* V wfiw; *a' 9 fl»c«j ^ml wto* 'awf » aiQSQ W w«c9s 'aw?©' »>aoc« v a«w?e gq*S9 


©Q8§— «T. 9. ( ©TO — ©9?[©l+a§ )— OOQIQ flflOl; 

Chaiachobhakti eiQeigj G^Q %ft QIOTIS SS©I— 

Power of motion; power of 

walking; walking strength, 

<saai— est ^aara gqq Gqa G$j3 ©^© ©»9§- 
©$©i®— G$. 9— aiSlsaT tQpia. ea^T **®S GC3W 

Cha lajati | q, ©fi^ §1^3 S^SJIQ Q©»l«^ §QS1G© 

§Q QIQG© — Touchable caste; a caste 

from whose hands Hindus of high 
caste can drink water. 

QStfl— €9. © (3. ©©©)— * I ©«<?l© q« — 

Chalana 1. Usage; custom. 

heft J I 211©©^ — 2. Conduct.. 

g^CT * | ©SQQi© — 3. The state of being vogue 

or use. 

v i suai©© «i9i©gQi© ©i q^-ft — 

4. Social connection; social intercourse. 

aai— qfto«« I ] 

©*€l -fill. © (S. ©©©) — ©&«J ( Wfl ) — 

Chalana ' Chalana ( See ) 

©C&fll— G©. Q — M (3°. ©»©) — 0«^1 ( C9«l } — 
Chalana 1. Chalana ( See) 

> I ( *. 6©iw— 9G©$j)$ Wiqa ) <i9 g©i© 

2. A kind of inferior gourd. 

^rsi * i <i©g©i© fli^i ens^ ©q©i— 

^3TT 3. A kind of acid fruit (Howells.) 

"* I «©g©lQ ©$; «©g©IQ 01® 91 GWJ— 

• (eaialQia oo) — 

4. A kind of under wear or strip of 
cloth worn under the dress round the 

private parts. 

Sffl Qft«li?<l Q@ 6"?IQG© *!§SLS — ^S^V «$««&• ®Q* I 

COS!— 91- © (*. Q©©)— *. I ©Wl©— 

Chalani 1. Practice. 

5^ -> I G^ai^Q— 2. Usage of a country; 

^555? custom. 

* I ©Q€I6© sglqfifl ©*WI©— 3 - Currency. 

v ,| si©*|q— 4 Habit. 


♦ I CIOQ^* 91WIQ — 5. Behaviour; conduct" 
9 I ©WIS q|Q— 6- Mode of life. 

€<P. ^ — ^ I S©®© — ^* I n use ^ customary, 

* 1 q^l%Ga gQOO— 2. Current (coin). 

0*8—91- 9— SftS ( G^« )— 

Chalani Chalani ( See ) 

Qjfi&—9. 94 ( Ofi^OW^I, 00 + 9<|. TO (fl©. 
Chalat g©tq)— 1 I OS®; es» — 1. Unsteady. 

2. Moving; movable. 

• 1 qqsgQ o^Oj goo©; Q»§— 

-3. Current; in use; in vogue. 

fr|9»G€l ©i«sj ? ) 

v 1 aiQfll©-4. Running. 

* I OftfllW— S. Trembling. 

$> I ©i& 0©a©l Q9Gsai€l1 ( Wgl )— 

6. 1 condition) Fit or proper for the doing 

of a work; passable; tolerable, 

9 1 aodj ^9i© ©QOi qq g^a (gq^^© si©§i)— 

7. Wel^-to-do worldly circumstance). 

oo©i— w, § {«. ©wi, qwi=-©gfi»— «g©«ai^f 

Cbalata ST©; 6S} ( G9« )— 

^\5l A kind of sour fruit; Ou ( See) 

(©fii©i— aQ«i%a) 
©ft©— w. w. C ^ °°®i ^1 ofti si )— 

Chalati l I flOOOjOOfi)— 1- Current; in vogu e . 
55^ j 1 9h9§©— 2. In use. 

g^fT 5 ^S?ft * I CIOTS%— 3 Moving, 

(©fil©— wsnqq) 9—^. 1 ^1©© ©uasG© a©i© 
9&GQ ^19, flWO 6«IQi6§iS©IO g^©- 
1. Social intercommunication (in the mat 
tor of dining, marriage, carrying dead- t 

body etc. ). 

t \ ©*»Q9I©5 g©©© — 2 Use. 

©QQfif— e. «. ( 9$5l§; ©©© + »fiT >— 

Chaladanga J3I9IR SlfifQaft ©I agQ 5 <Q g©l© fltS , 

( §. aSlcM ) ( g. sqsiiciq ) cofif flia— 

A kind of fresh-water-fish. 


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Cbaiadala Q9QGQ eiqpW )— a3,©3S; %CIS— 

The Peepal tree; the holy fig; Ficus 

Religjosa, 

<©»»" sn ©. ( ©a ai^+qQ. as> )- 

Cha]ana v I ^Q. Qfltfl. ©3© — 1. "Walking; 
59^1 g°i n g; roaming; wandering. 

^I5R N 2 I €19 — 2. Motion; movement. 

GWSM— 3 - Waving. 

SWIj©^©— 4. Trembling; shaking. 

■? I q^ M3^; 9109® — , 

6. Usage, custom; practice. 

7. Habit; manner; mode; ways; style, 
r I €)©<si!© — 8. Institution. . 
< | ( +9Q*I. «© ) ©Q«S; QiQj €«I9— 

9. Leg; foot. 
A» I ( +©$- a© ) 9Q«— II. Deer. 

ai i ( ©a© eeitQ^a ) 9W3 sgn©; «© qS^ 

«l^ q9^CW©— 11. ( astronomy ) The 
movement of a planet from one sign to 

another. 

( 9£l|— 0$©ft©l ) 

12. Currency; vogue. 
^« I ©^©^iQ— 13- Use. 

<■* i (©§}© ca*i93) 9® 6 q© sai© g9i a*JCQ 

SlSjai© ©t QS9QQ ©Q i §. flOTIOQ )— 

14. ( Astronomy ) Equinoxial motion; the 
apparent motion of the sun during the 

vernal and autumnal Equinox. 

A* I 9IQ ©$l9©l ©Q^ — 

15. The rope for tying an elephant (M.W) 

V? I (SSlSGQ) G«fa§ flld^OHOi-^OOff — 

16. ( in compound ) Turning ofE from. 

jqkS, q? — *. I QQalfi — 1. Moving. 

> 1 Qfl-gjjJ — 2. Trembling; shivering. 

-W. %— < I aoiQ gssr flQi we© a»d-— ' 

1. Mutual social connection or inter- 
mixture or intercourse. 


> I C0F*8 9h§ gflSOGQ ©»©l €!©gl — 

2. The state of a person being a member 

of the society. 

QQQQ-Sf- 9 ( ©© ai^+wfi> + Q )— ©^sic© 8^91 

Chaianaka ff€©Q- ©IgQ — -A. short petty coat 

worn by dancing girls (M, W.) 

Chalanakaiana eggf aetg^iq q^SlQ QQQ 

: ©Kfcwn ^ggigQ Q9 q® ©9 ©i A 

98919 ggi9 gqsai<i (f.»qia©)— 

Astronomical calculation by which the 
gradual lengthening and shortening 
of the day and night are calculated 
according to difference in the motion 

of the Earth* 

QQOSg— ?.--Q4. qj.— ( 9Q©-fgq-f9<$. a)— t I q&t 

Cha lanakshama ©&QlQ Slfla — 

(OQQSfll— $1) 1. Able to walk or move about- 

> \ oa©g§ (G©et) 

2. Chalanasahi (See) 

©a©aa9i— < 9$ o©j ©a©+sg©i ) — «^©i© a§ 91 

Chalanakahamata QtgeTi; ©»8Q — 

Strength or ability to move about. 

Chalanasija Having motion; moving. 

Chalaaasahi ■ - K x @! ^ qo^Q Qaqgj q(9| 
. («oo«Q— atfi^qj ^iq Qi«t ©o oiQaiGgJ— 

5?PPll ■ \ 1. Passable; tolerable, 

^s^snt > 1 9iai©^€© goo© — 

2. In current or ordinary use, 
QSjKN-S. M. ^1.--(oao + «i)— -l I ©»©Q ^Iqgt — 
Chaiana 1. Feminine of chaiana. 

> 1 ^Siii ag©©9i (5J)— 

2. Wanton "(woman) (M. W.) 

©fi9l9l© -OT. «.—(«. OOO 6. S?SJ — G£TQ fitfCgsl 

Chalanakachha ©Igpj ©Ig28; ©a«l ©ISQ sfl€l 3[«l 

G?TQ ©»<5 fita ^Ql^ 9%£ll< — A tight 

loin-strip of cloth of which one end 

hanga down from the navel in front. 

9ft©— W. «.— 008 (W) 

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omqi— e. 9. %1. (oaoo + a)— coewl $199 — 

Chalanika Silken fringes (M. W.). 

©fitfl — <$. Q. q] . (9©Q+$) — <. I ©©99 ( G9« ) 

Chalani 1. Chajanaka ( See ) 

J I <aiaq (§|G9<g) — 2. Gown. 
©««q— 3. ©*. ( 00^14+ 99. a^ )— 

Chalaniya ^ | 9i99iaij ©99IQ eai«n — 
1. Fit to be used. 
> I Q009; ©§$(91—2. In use; in vogue. 

* I q,©© gwiq caws— 

3 r Fit to be moved or shaken (M.W.); 

current. 

QG>9>|— G9. W— 0«§ (C9«) 
Chalanta Chalanti (See) 

9»®— G9 9<a, (ST. ©©©)— * I 990©; ©$aj9|— 
Chalanti 1. In use; current; in vogue. 

55rf^; m® > \ QQ 9^91; CIQdlffl; ©Sffl— 
^^TT 2. Having motion; moving; movable. 

(3©«$; SI© 9$!— QQSl©) (aa| — OQ§ aeiQG© 919 

qj|Q9l— Qiiq I ) 

* I SiaQl 9M9$©. Q9g9. 9$fl|9 9£^>| ; 
fldOl 989 — 3. Present; happening now. 

» I 9*»99i9G9 31919 G99I G99I G9Q^@— 

4. Now in circulation (e. g. coin) 
(Ml— ©fig) SJ9I I) 

* I 2J§I99 3ft§ — 5. Movable (property). 

9 1 G£)4 99I9GQ G9?e9 €919 (Sieii— Qgq 
C9lftq9l, G99,G97«£§ a*SG9 91© 91 9$| 
©9 9 $9!) © ^91% 9191 9©9lG9 9l<d| © 
ai<; O^Sffj — 6. Circulable (coin) which 

is not defective. 
69. 9— 9©SJ AN ( G9Q )— 

Chalantimala ( See ) 

€*?>$ G9I9«— G9, 9 ( e. OQo+tri. qtf )— ©§9199 

Chalanti korakha G9^ aQGSiaia €9*19I9Q 2fgiQ© 

^^dWR5^ $^t G99I — Confiscation or attach- 
ment of the movables of a judgment 

debtor. 

©&§ 999*3— €9. 9 ( ST. ©99,-fefl. ©9«I9 ) 9I9IQQ 

Chalanti tahabila 9999; G9^ 9999% G99Q9 


55tf%^5^T 9«fcJ(9 0C9 — Current cash ( as 

3V4dT ar^te opposed to hoarded cash ). 

(off ©— §aq9 9999) 

Oft© ^©«l— €9. Q ( e. 999^ 6 9991 )— y. I ©G» 
Chalanti pratima g^qi^ g©^^qG9 gl§9 C99fl§ — 
d»iI^ firfwl 1. Removable images of irremov- 

^^iHt 'J^f able idols ( which are taken out 

to different places.) 

[3— esa^ G99v|}gi£> viqq aaio^ gi9i%^9 
G99i ag5j<? ( aai — §9Qsr, 99 99 ai<ai«s9g9 ) 

699(9qdl9QC9 G^§ Sj|jfllQ9rQ 99©^%Ga 9^99 
SI9J^99% 6 ai9l<$9^ ^»9 G99I GQtfil 5 ! 9^<?IQ 

oaiiaiQ 0©i oqaioaia§ 1 sjimi^i g^s9 3^9 

G999ft9fll9J^ 91919^. 9^° 9 J3IQ -Qg 09§. 
fl09lfl|9fi^9fllOI9e9 ^419§9^ $»ai<] I ] 
-> I (fi)Mief) G9fa3 9i§«5T9 a©S>^ — 

2. (figurative) A representative of a 

person, 
(saai— GGG999 91^ 9©l ^1699^9 99$ 3©9I h) 
©«^ fll9 — G9. 9 ( «T- 9Q9 s 6 £fl. fllfi^ ) — 
Chalanti mala q»$ q^ ( sq^ ) — 

Chalanti sampatti ( See ) 
QQ$ q9l— G9. 9. (*. OQO + 6- q9l )— 

Chalanti mudra ^ | go«9 q^|- G96J* ^91 d9(99 
wfo>fclfl 99«qG9 9*19^9 §< — 

^^ife fe^T 1. Current coin. 

> 1 G9Q* qgiQ q©si^ aa sa9 <a<3q G9IQ o 

aio 6 a§> # G9 919 2ji9 9 a\< — 

2- A coin in which the marks have not 

been worn out.. 
©«§> 9$^— G9. 9. ( e. 9£0-J-q#§ )— Si§l99 ^ 
Chalanti sampatti gSQ* ^l^^Sl SIOI^QO 99S1IQ 
5*0% T 1 ^ QI69 — Movable property; the 

q^Rft ^3 movables; personal property. 

(39ft§ S&^— W3JQ) 
Qftga— G9- 9. ( ST. 0fi9 v +(S. ag)— 

Chalapaksha 1 | q©ft a pg|. Q^q QrciQQ 39g— 
^T^^W 1. Well-to-do condition; worldly 

^^1S prosperity; easy worldly circum- 

stance.- 

> I G9f^9 9ia r «l ^*9 9 9IQ ©9091 S9gi— 
• 2. State of being passable or tolerable. 


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Chalapata Chalapaksha ( See ) 

Chaiapatra a ^ g . ^^ 

The Peepal tree; Ficus Religiosa. 
<5>G>gQ©-G9. « (<]Qiefo aroa)-t i cig©iag©~- 
Chaiapraehala 1. Coming aud going; frequenting. 

E*T£fc*r J I 8Q§Q SfcjQQ M q_ 2. Intercourse. 

sag©© a9i si $— ^ao, cgnOTtq© I 

* I Q©^— 3. Movements. 
G9. Qtf— * I ®<$€tQ Q|tf|^q|g|Q M aipi^Q Q3 

G^al; ©Qf g|piq^ g|g, Qs aQ@g Q€^Q|— 
1. A little more or less than the given 

quantity. 
> I Ql©|£ji© — 2. Frequenting; coming 
* and going. 

• I SQgQ gaesj M9qg— 3. Having mutual 

intercourse or connection. 
©Q©QQ— GQ. Q— ©Qg©Q (GQ«|) 

Chalabichala Chaiapraehala (See). 

[ 5— golGQ '©asoft* as?Q £>Ga<3<a aef ro6o«i f 

BIQ<t<?g©<5 SgiGOiQ 6 9GS9H Sl^sQ^ i] 
C»Qfll§>Q| — €9. ?- I I $£j§ GQia 6991 — 

Chalamardiba 1. Feeling of displeasure 

ffamffrWI dissatisfaction. 

9«iiaiQ^oi eai^* ^g wia W9i ; ©si 

QQ©I — 2. A feeling of ennui or disgust. 

©«g$Sa— gq. m w. ©a 6 q^;— 930^00 «%% 

Chalamukutia G3^g|QCJ 0$* Q©g©8 g*!«© 

CTQflM -With the crowns moving to 

and fro (due to the movement of the 

head). 

903 — 69 (grata TOi) $*(*.©» ai^ S^jgi© ©|Q 
Chalasi gag^g «.Q©©Q %Q)— ($<sq) aia-^Q— 

(you) Go. 


$9§es)ca 009 gat, 


Ohala Feminine of Ghala, 

* I OSftl ( ^1 ) — 1 Moving (females 
J I a§ q— 2. Roving. 

ST- 9. ^1 — V 1 fijfil — 1« Lakshmi; Goddess of 

fortune 
5 I §^i© — 2. Lightning. 
GQ. ©— < I ©OQ© G9QI — 1- Moving. 

■ 2. Short note; memo. 

* I ( <$, ©§ ) Q»j Gai<a — 3. Handful./ 
v 1 gsqq tori Qi ©OTQ ©I^Sii «IC|«— 

4. Invoice; memo of consigned or trans- 
mitted articles or cash. 

©fl ~G9. 9 — t I q^l-ijiq 9QQ9! VlA — 
Chala 1. Act of sifting through a sieve. 
m\ * I G^QI— ^ Walking. 

• 1 as. g<q]Q ai3 ©99^1 ©aitf sqg© ©qgq 

90 ffQ aiQ G9^l 39g! — 
3. Fordable condition of a river. 

q,^aOQ ) s^tfil— 4. Sieve. 
G9 Q<a — < I G^ Q&GQ G©0« QIQGQ ^Q 9QI^§<I — 
1. 1 road or path ) Passable by foot. 
( 33! — QQ QI5 I ) 

( W; <a^— Qa^« > 5 1 qqiq Gagj* Hi°aGQ w^i 

aS ^^qiq aiGQ— 
2. Fordable part of a river. 

9IG9. ( ««lfl ) ^— ©G$S © t<3t»9@ ; 0%»l— 

Churned curd. 

©QIQQI— G9. ®. { ^?. ©» a)^5©-=^Q ai§- ©Q^IQ 

Chalaiba SgCj&Q; Causative form of OhalbS) — 

^55TH; 9^f4IHt 1. To set a going; to cause to 
(©£©QQI — a©**QQ) ' move-, to set in motion. 

> I a©1 GQ©^L«ia«i 9QQ9I — 2. To cause 
another to work; to have a work done 

by another. 


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W » fiOCQ 'aw' GWi '}«' o fl osq W CQ«G9; '^s aiQSQ - *C €Q^?i 'a&f » aiQfift 'ail' <»«w, 'afiW » GIQSft aq?e .€9*W I 


w i 9191 a&ia ©Q9i; 9i& Sfliai ©Q9i ; 9l*^ 

%GlQ9l> 9W 9$9l— -3. To accomplish 
a work any how; to carry on a work. 

( saai— < 9q<3Q$ ssrt a^at saGQ ©qiqot ) i 

4. To guide; to conduct; to lead. 

* ! QQg ©&9I; 9© 0Q91 — 

5. To tease; to displease. 
9 I Q9IQ91; *q> 9§9l ; ©9IQSI — 

6. To enrage; to irritate. 

9 I 697^3 ^9© Q© ©I ©q«Q 3©^© 9QQI— 

7. To introduce a new role or system; to 

promulgate. 

r I 6©ta9 ©IQ019 91 ©9IQ© 9i§$ 3^0^ 

©$ 9!fll©9 9I3h6Q ©19i9 GS3I« €991© 

39£ll ©6191 — 8. To enable a person to 

have social intercourse in a particular 

society; to introduce a person into a 

society. 

ti I 213©$© 9g% GQfffciai©^ 9&I6Q SCO® 
©9&9I — 9. To utter ( a coin ); to make 
a thing current; to pass a counterfiet 

coin. 

(Ml— Q%e:» «Qfi6fl* <l€9 ■ <I 693G9 SSfl 

seiae^ g©is ©qiqg^S i ) 

lo I £11©I9 ^©9 9Q9IQIQ* 9© $1 gqi$i 39^ 
6>qC© 96191 — 10. To drive a convey- 
ance ( e. g. carriage, cart^ motor or rail. 
<A 1 GCte8"GTO 9g G©fe§ 3SQG9 ©9919 
91 9i9$© 6991© QQiq 9Q91— U* To. 
introduce the use of anew thing; to 
cause a thing to be used, 

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ag 6 9IS0Q9! QQlQCQ 9§ SQ, ©«« 
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12, To circulate; to promulgate. 
** I G9?<»§ 9S£| 91 9jjl% 9*19919 9Q9IQIQ 
S9II969 993 9Q9t— 13. To admit or 
accept a thing into social use. 


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3 4. To put on. 


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place to another. 

GQGQ I) 
t.^ I G9l^l§ 39*919916} 9Q9iq S)S>^_ SlQSg 
q^qi — 16. To habituate one'sself to the 

use of something. 
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Cf^lQ 9Q 9QIG9GO CIIQQIfliq q[ G^i 
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*9 ! G9f«§ 9"»ya a 99 a ^ aja« 9Q9i— 

17. To administer to the wants o£ a 

person. 

( 9211— Siiatf G«!G© ^° 99^ G9G3 OSiQ «lS€Q, 

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OQQQl— 69. $*• — ^ I q&9IQ§te$%8 — 1 Causative 
Chalaiba form of chaliba. 

5t^ ^ I CQfefl 9 , (§ ai9^9^9l^ «9 9Q9J9 

ggrawt <3WI 9991—2. To cause a person to 

walk. 

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9«l^iq_©Sl WI9 91t G^QGSl I ) 

* i ^^l^iq G9ta§ 9g% iar« 91 G^ai 

91919 9Q9I — 3* To sift with a sieve. 

v I a^Q© 9Q9I; 919) 9Q9I— 

4. To promulgate. 

«19§ 1) 
* I 3GTG9 «%I9 g6(E5« 9€19I- 5. To apply a 
knife or other msrument to the body # 

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■oaai-9<sj9 qqqq\, «gi oqqqj. Gocri ©qqqi) i 

9 1 99&9I; %aQ^99 9Q9»— 7. To manage. 

(981— ^Q 0QQ9!; ©99i<3 «QQQI I ) 
K*t*Tt^*rl r l QIQ'Jiq Qflff 9Q9lj C^Q^I— 
5133751 8. To walk. 

(asi— Qi9i«i toistoi^ wis qiq s>§§>§ qcsqgki i ) 

ti I €9l^l9 3 Iff ©'•Id Q§Q\ — 9. To 8° aw " a J 

from or leave a place. 

*• I q9 C99I; 8QGq9 CKI9 9Q91— 10 To die. 

(M— qqSQQ -SsiCilGqr «96QQ ©QG6Q I ) 

<9QO — G?€Q. Qtf. (0*1. ^Q^j) %©■ ff- ^»9)~ 
CbalSk «. I $Qffil — 

5t*Tfa, EfTN 1. Intelligent. 

• WW ? J I OCjQ— 2. Clever. 

Og» GQS 1 S£Q ^Q QQQ Gfl;GQ»tf| * 

■(©(W-asnq.s) * 1 ^; q« Ql© x — - 

3. Sly; cunning; artful; shrewd; crafty. 

GQ©©$Q— €9. W. (S9©3)—^ I Q^Q — 1. Clever. 

' Chalakchatura > | a^ 6 QQQ — 
eM*T51?3 ^ Sly and active. 

•QQQ — C?. Q- ( 3. OQ ai§_)— QiQGQ «IOTI; 999E>;- 
Chalaki aiQ^QS! —Walking on foot". 

qfr. ty& — <. i £3^ 9|$GSt 91$ GQlQIS 91Q91Q 

9qaiQ aiGQ Q!§*— S99Q GQI9GQ «tQ9i$ 

Q0 — (, a road ) Passable by foot only 

(i, e. not passable by any conveyance), 

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2. (a road) Which is comfortable to walk 

upon. 
GQGQ. Q. (ffl. ^Q«l)— t i ag$§ — 
SWU; ScTt^ 1. Sharp intelligence. 
•qTttMSt > I O^C)Ot- s -2. Cleverness 

(gqS— -eio^o) * i er^i a^9i— 

3, Trick; fraud; artifice. 


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ChalSki karghiba y^a^i gg|Q 9QQ[ — 

To show any trick. 


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OQ9 (Q«)mIQ)— G?GQ. ©6i. (£Tl)-CqQ qcw ( m ) 
Chalakh (etc) Chalak etc (See) 

0fiJ@ i«hiWi— g3g«>. Q. (ETI)-GQ© q©HlQ (GQSl) 
Chalakhi (etc) Chalaki etc (See) 

OQ®a~ 69. §tf— OQ©« (GQ«) 
Chalakhia Chalakia (See) 

Chalachala L q^^. 8peedy# 

-> I G<3ft; ao^g ©5©— 

2. Very fickle; unstable wavering. 

* I wqi aQQgf (ggiQO^)— 

3. Evermoving (M. W.) 

« I Q9§9g q©€11q_4. Moving to and fro. 

* I fl€»$Oa1o— 5. Changeable (M. W.)** 

3 ] \ (OQ + aQQ)— so«q 6 agooo. <w>$o 

6 aO'lQgO — 6. Current and obsolete; 

used and unused. 

9 I QQty 6 aQ»§) ( flQifif ) — 7. Movable and 

immovable; locomotive and stationary 

(things), 
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(®g%®) (QGQQj— 8- ( osteology ) 

Appearthrodial (bone-joints). 
^. Q — t I Q(0 — 1. Crow; raven. 
> \ QIQh (aCOQ )— 2, Word; speech. 

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ags$ af°a© ©Gft 6 gg aoo §<] 

(@!6v?Q) — ( osteology ) Ampbiarthrodial 

joints; mixed joints. 


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6 gQQI ( gieQQ, )— 4. ( Osteology ) 
Amphiarthrosis; symphysis. 

€<?. §— ^ * asiQ ww siifliee <a©<|©i 91 ss^; 

b«l|bsfl OG)|©Q — i- Social intercourse; mutual 

social connection. 

5 I ©IS1 OftQIj Qidi©TOj 9I& a^€t«»»— 

2, Administration; conduct of business; 

management. 

3. Coming and going. 

v 1 qpgi^S 1 3189^ — 4. Making both ends 
meet; Estate of a person being well-to-do. 

* I ©flIOO ( 6^« ) 

5. Chalachali ( See } 
6*3. §<?— oogeo (wa) 

ChaJ.aprach.ala (See) 

GftlQftqtefil— 3. §. < aoaro aaMMQSPSI )~ 

, Chalachalaslbani §«f 69lQqQ| OftlOft 21gq§> 

(^16W<*?) — (osteology) Sacrum Coccyx, 
©fiJl<S»« — GQ. 3. ( 9. OO© )— 

Chalachali t I QQSQ C&IGQ Q'^^— 

beltbPi 1. Mutual connection; intercourse. 

2 Management; administration. 

* I WW — 

3. Accomplishment; carrying on. 
v I 313 |3Q ?ffiQ — 4. Social intercourse. 

5. Frequenting; coming and going* 
Chalachali 1. Walking Qn foot. 

2. Moving to and fro. 
. « I q^lG$ afite'l— 

3. Sifting by a sieve. 

Chalana q©Qidi aQqQGQiq— 

Conducting royal business. 

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GQ- 9— OQ3 ( GQ« ) 

Chalana ( See ) 

9Q€1— GQ. Q ( «T. Oft aiq^ QfiO ) — 

Chalana «. | ^ QQ<WQ GgQtf; QSJI© — 

b|clM 1. Exporting commodities. 

^3551*1, giOT* / l affl^Q GgQtf- % Remittance of 

(OQQ — 2IGHQG) money or things; transmittance. 

©C^qef SgQ« OQQI — 3. Sending up of 
an accused arrested by the police in 

custody for trial to a magistrate. 

v I G3QQ EJtih QQh gSQ 9 SOI9QI OIQOI^ 
4 Memo or invoice of articles sent. 

g^ Ql tlOl — o. A memo of remittances 
sent to the treasury. 
[ 5— G3QQ *<3TI 3G0 1 OQ^1% OOW <<5* SQTl 
QIQ9I Pi§ gi§?l9IQCTO <3^GQ giSQ Q^ GgQP£? 

©o^^i <]9t^L serqQ q<i i aiq© qe H a©oiq| 

9OT gSGT GS3^ 4Q« (Qp) «l<l, fllR G^^QI ^h§ 
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<1 QQ Q°q© q*ai€Q ^^ OOqS— Chalan. ] 
OQ« OQQI— GQ. ^—v I aaQiil^ 3q£TQ|q ®q ^^ 
Chalana kariba GSQ^i QQQi — 1 To send up an 
b"toM$tfl accused for trial; to chalan. 

^I^N^Hl y I dQIQ GgQfil 9QQI — 2, To send. 

(Q5a3iGWl — HQSQS> articles; to remit money. 

« I Q^ti QQh Qgie OWI— 3. To export 
commodities; to spnd commodities abroad. 

4, To send up batches of cnolies or hired 

labourers abroad,. 

9QS1QIQ— 69. 9. ( ST. ^M-f-ai. g««iq Ql§ ) — 
Chalanadar ©^S Q|i^ 91 «Dq|rf| ^GCT G9Q 9ig SN- 
t?HlM*r|? The person who accompanies a rem- 

^t^H^K ittance export or sent up person. 

9fij9— GQ* Q— Wi ©I ©5><a aoiQQi— 

Chalani Eemittance of articles or money, 

st^rfft 6Q. w— * 1 aoiaiQ^Qi ( qqh ) — 
4<A1tft l. Remitted (articles). 

2. Fit for being exported. 


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3. ( accused ) Sent up for trial. 

9OI09?— 6Q. 9- ff. ( OO + aofi? )— 

Ghalataika ^ |. QIQGqa ( @]GO<$ ) — 
1. Rheumatism ( MM. ) 
5 I aq 910 ( §. SiOTlQO ) — 2. A disease 
resulting in fits of violent trembling. 

GQO (Q9il9) — 91. 9— ©Q^ flWO ( G9« ) 

Chalan (etc) Chalana etc. ( See ) 

qqiqict— e- o- ( «&ti; ©Q+aaier )— 

Cbalapanga * I QtaoacQiai— 

1. B-sstless eyes. 

2. Wandering side-glance. 

(ooiaicfl— %l) e. W- ( s>$§1§ )— 

OSQ aaicrqg (9i§) — With wandering 
side-glances; casting quick furtive 

glances. 

Wflfii, ©caiqofl/ © site I 
€»Q16€?Q (Q9hI9)— w- s— ©q$q q«w <G9«l) 
Chalaphera etc Chalabula etc (See). 

(oacffq— a«*SP> 

Chalabai O9I09I $ £Ji9 9^«9I» **} ^ «9 
99^i) o©|<l— Guides; conducts. 

[ 9— $»9ioq— oqsj gi»G9 giolo 3G^»5 
OSjQsjt «w &^9 9i9Qj aw§ 3^G9 ai9S}; 
^ll^glQGQ *»l99s €9<3\S} £[IOGQ GQ«l9fi} I 

sjooiqq— sol oogi (oo^i) 9 3s>$%a oo9ioi ; 

©§91 (0Q91) 9 8©$%? 9$9M I ] 
OQ§fl-G9. © ( ^Wefo *9©9; 3. ©oo+qm)— 
Chalabula t* \ Q©§©8 CM©— 

5»rtfi^l; 5»H^rt; ^Tt^N 1. Moving to and fro, 

2 Walking about 

* I SI91SJ19 9Q9I — 3. Frequenting. 

* I ai9€^9$1— 4. Walking. 

gq. 93 — qogos gsa oq^Qi— 

Moving about. 

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0f»|fl@ — gtGQ (««I9) Q — G93GQ G0f«8 81^91 Q9IQ 

Chalamani »9I939|© 6 9IQ9IQGQ30©tf; ©»3 — 

Currency. 

©Iffsoa sea qqi qoiaS 9q »Q9iQ!Q 9191 s*aiq «qs i 

6Q6>« aai <.wui<n< | 

ooiq'Qi — G9. § ( giote q9h ) ( e. ©^ a '9. )— 

Ohalayiba ©qqi. q© SQ9I— To go. 

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Oft^OQI— GO. $— 901© q399l; qai© « G99I— 
Chaliuthiba To be easily irritated* 

©eq«8oi— gi. 9— v i (qi^m) qqiai gwi— 

Chalichalijiba 1. (work) To be accomplished; 

t>C*Kt?c*wt«Tl accomplishment (of a work). 

oeo-- g. Q4 ( oo ai§+s4. o )— 

Chahta t. | gg o- ciq — 

1. Gone; departed; preceded 
' I ag Q — 2. Fickle. 
« I 51^©— 3. Trembling, 
v I 6)j^g — 4. Employed. 

e- 9 ( +Q9. O ) O®^; CQ— 

Motion; movement. 

GQ Qtil — 9191 Q%W§; 9sQ§0- 30S»© (9211) — 

Current; in vogue; in use. 

OGQI — G9, 9 ^ €f. OO a|^) — 

Chaliba 1 I fllOI^Q^ flOl^ flICIO 9Q9I — 

5BTI 1 . To go; to pass on from one place to 

^jCTT another. 

(OOIQ9I, ^091 — do^a) 

-> I a§3Q G99I — 2. To advance. 
( 92JI— G9^l ^GIQ TO^eiGQ OOGQ I ) 

* I 99§©G9 fiifl© 9€l9l; qQ9l — 3. To walk. 
( Ml — G9 W G991^«1Q 90ai%019IS) I ) 

v I S>S?1§9 G99I — 4. To be accomplished. 
( Mi— <Q«GQ Wf 91^* ©69 919 1 ) 

* i 9ft9l 5 G9IG9IQ9I; Q9J98 «t«9 G99i— 
5. To move to and fro. 

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2 1 goo© GWI; sialics qiq^o G99i; 

9«t$®l9GQ Gl39l— 6. To be in vogue; to 
pass current; to be current. 
( S2JI — < fcqrl Q0I9GQ 009 ! ) 

9 I 3SIQGQ aOi QM^fllQqr 0°§GQ Gq»©l$ 
TO9I9 acg»© aiQQi ©1 csioi €991 — 

7. To be admitted to social intercourse 

or communion. 
{ OT— €3 <G9 ttfl 913 39I©GQ ©«6S$ I ) 
r I €1$ QQ9I; «©qg €991 — 
8. To move; to have motion. 

t! I gepO G99I — 9< To be fitting; to fit in. 

( aai— q§»QQr ai«GQ w/p\ ooq oia" 1 ) 

<*• I 9§9I; 3G>I§© G9QI— 10. To flow. 

( sai— «i9i €)g€9 oqsio G9ta €i<3]99 gcsio 

«°a% QGO; 91^ 0091 I ) 

* «. 1 §aiQ9 QfOI ©I 6991— H* To na PP en or 
take place continually; to continue. 

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fl§9l— 12- To die. 

t*l QfQia^lQ 3© 3G9 OIQi QQ9I 3 QlAflW 

S9QI — 13. To be in a working order; 

to work; to go on; to get on. 

{ aai— < cifliif 9a 9<a G93 ©§S 1 ) 
w 1 ra9€$ 3#G9 «ioo aiao oq9i — 

14 To be well off; to get on the world, 
{ saai— GO <G9 («L«CQ) Q$fi§ I ) 
<.* I agQGQ $9i G99i; G99G9 89! — 

15. To agree with one's system. 

( aai— «w G99GQ «a og» oi$" 1 ) 
19 I aq^jt 91 9Q§ G99I* ©$Qii qciQi — 

16. To be angry or displeased. 

<9 i %^%%60 ©^1§© G99I — 

17* To go on well; to be conducted. 
( Sal— GQQft SpQ^ G9©^GQ \Qf OQ» I ) 


*r 1 ( qqI<£® 9g 91 wq )l9WGQ q^ 6991 

91 SQIWQ^W 9^959 G99I — 

18. (anything) To he recognised by or 

be in a vogue in a society. 

(3ai—a©9l£l 9l^9l©GQ S>9 Q39I QftqS 

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t« I S«i^9 G991 — 

19 To be circulated or published. 

9* I ^DGS© «^GQ ©g.9 G99I— 

20. To be engaged in its proper function- 

(saa — w> ©091^ ai? 0091; gocti e©9i 1 ) 

il I §!ttl<$9$_ G3Q9 €991-— 21. To be sent 
to another place; to be transmitted. 

(aai_^M qo9i, qa 0091, G9QQ ooqi i ) 

BlfllGQ 09191 — 22 ( a planet ) To pass 
from one zodiacal sign to another. 

}* I nQQ G99I (gglOOOQD— 

23 To be begun. 

?* I 99§9 €991; W1G9 0^9 €991 — 
24. To be carried out' 

( 9211— $q<a 0Q9I > H8QQ O09I I ) 

j+ 1 ocyai09i; «i^m99^ «Q9i apGQ qq^i 

QqI 25. (food) To be served on plate. 

( aa— m^ s^gq 9^iq ^q ©§© i } 

/^ I ETftg9 G991 — 26 To be effective 
( Ml— G9IOIGQ G91Q G^Q§ OQ9 0|§ I ) 
^9 I 919 9C19I; 91 9§9I - 27. To live, 
( aai— $»«€Q 0091% €9C« G9G9 9«a 3^919 
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9© AQ9I— G9. @— a©i^ 9€4§ G9%% ^ gfl 5 * , ° 9 * *H 
Cbali mariba 69W 9Q9I — To be mortified 

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Chalisbnu €109S^— 1 • Moving. 

J I «I9G9I9^©; CKWfi^— 2 * Aboht to go. 
Qft 6901 — G9. » — ^ I G9?^l9 0«*§ g© ©G f ^ G9IQ 
Chaliheba ai©€<99l 91 99§ S0I9 0Q^I— 
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Convenience; being convenient for one's 

movements. 

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$>§ — 3. 9. ( OQ ill^+€$ ) — V I 9<D3— 

Chain 1. The hollow of an open palm. 

5q$ 5*^ > I Cl§ <3G9 a$9l 90 — 2. Water contained 

in the hollow of an open palm. 

* 1 ( ai3 2J99 ) 49 09— 

3. A handful ( of water etc ). 

9QQ1 2HQSIO — 4 The sipping of a little 
water done by Brahmanas just before 

and after meals, 

<€Q. ^—K I 91§431G9 G^»Q 83?% <$ 8GQ 9QS>I 

SilOaOQ G9Q9 9$ — 1. The formulae 

recited by Brahmans just before and 

after meals. 

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} I i MAIS ) G§!99 — 
2. ( fig Eating. 

^$a— N. 9«i. 4*— * I Q3I@© — 

ChaluS- 1. Angry. 

2. Of irritable disposition; passionate. 


6>§9 — *. 9. ( ©a ai§_+aQflM aefcQ. §9 ) — 
Chaluka ?. ) G9Q 919 aiqftj a$J% — 

I, Space in the hollow of the open palmj 
9 I qwj ; ci§« aQ^o Oft — 
2. That much water which can be con- 
tained in the hollow of the open palm; 
a handful of water. 
* I SQ Ql$>— 3. A tiny water-pot. 

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Chalukarideba QQ GQQi; eilQCQQI — 

baJ^tfl ffTgfll 1- l( figurative ) To eat at 

9 I ( Qflaiei ) Sfl^3l© N 99QI — 
2. ( figurative ) To misappropriate. 

Chalu kariba 1. To sip a handful of water* 


3 


<j ftEfl ao^' 9<?SQ, 91© 9AQ, ©9 ^CQ / 

QI^Q «IQQl a^6BGQ O^^ QIQQ 
^qqi — 2, To perform the rites of chaju 

before and after meals. 
» I ( fi^ia ) €^9^ 9QVI — 

3. { fig ) To eat. 
^ | Gq99€Q Q§Ql— 4. To sit at meal. 

* i ( Qiaaief ) «qqio v "9Wi— 

5, ( figurative ) To appropriate. 

OQ &IQ9I— GQ S— «* I 9l^«IOQr«l Gqj9Q QQQt 0^% 

Chalu dhariba O^ 9S9i^ flfl^ a99« 90 

9IQGQ ^91 — 1- (Brahmanas) To hold 

a handful of water in order to sip it 

before taking meal. 

> i ( ttyatiiei ) c^9Q aoq qq.^1— 

2. ■ fig.) To begin eating 
Q§ Qg€»l—GQ. 0— 3'§««l9«3rQ a°§G39© qq€« 
Chalu lagiba GQ©^ EJ^aOflG 91 9§9 M 0IO9 
9Q9I> «I9SI09<| -QlOS> — The act of per- 
forming the rites of 'Cha In* as observed by 
Brahmans in a caste-dinner before taking 

meals. 

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(06ft© £JI — ^1) 1- Lustful; one who has not his 
(,QG£>Q £J©I — 9) passions under control, 

> 1 SISlQi 9IQtfl% SII9IQ ©^8«i QGS — 
2. One who loses his balance of mind at a 

little provocation. 

* t qifllfli QIM% €9 qSfilW— 3. Irritable. 
v 1 sis^©^'*— 4. Fickle-minded. 

Ghalormi OQa > — Dancing wave; billow. 

0^1— aiw. w«w) e.— e«»Q8— 

Chalha Churned cud. 

9Qi eat©— giw. (*w,«wfi) 5.— ^©«1 saw <w«) 

Chalha poka GaurtLuni poka (See) 

Chash (root) To eat. 

©«9— e. §. (©s ai^+ssa. w) - <■ i flViaiMip — 

Cbashaka 1. Wine glass; goblet; wine cup. 

03Q Q*ae S?5© SQQl G^IQOGQ oeii qgs— 

qatffia. ai9^i — 

9 I (+Q{f. «©)— W» 9Qi — 2 - Wine. 
« | ga — 3. Honey. 

Chashard ««I9«I Qm§ ; Ofllfi^l GQQ — A boor; 

a churl. 

Chasha octolj Q&) — 1- Ploughing 

pMJH ; ^n^l 2. Cultivator; peasant. 

*> i 6§>aiQ $<aG>»i© (eg)— 
3, The peasant class of Orissa. 

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69©«i, S^aaiff, 3$mi, G9tfi?2J, s%%a <^ 
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G^IQ^S I ] 

v I (QStfls) Q©Q ©Q— 4. (fig) One of the 

common people. 

* I 93QH 9*IQ — & -^.n uncivilized person 
. €Q. Qfl— ^U^' QSISUQag — Ploughed. 

QQIQQI — GQ- $ — t i Q€W tf>$ ^Gt— 
Chashaiba 1. Causative form of chashibS. 


5W=? ^ 1 3ff sgiq ^ ©qQ9l— To have ploughing 
5$<J4IT*ff done by another. 

o«ia aea e@^fl — o^ffiei. ffgsqpi^^ i 

o«io«— eo. « — (e. ^ ai§) — ^ 1 ^sqa— 

Chashachashi 1. Ploughing operations. 

bl*t|blf^ agriculture. 

sfttl I3flid ^ t ^SV^l — 2. Ploughing of a field. 

Chashachapendia Chashandia (See) 
Q€ll§ai— GQ. «»^ — Q«ai§«fl (CQfil) 

Chashatia Chashandia (See) 

0€ll§8§ — GQ. ©« — ^. I ©giQQ ^G9*l^ — 

Chashandia I . Foolish? stupid . 

Eft'rfWl ^ | ««|Q a— 2. Eash. 
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3^| * I qqoi^— 3. Churlish; boorish. 
v I OTSfta; 6^^-Bustic. 
Q«isa1— go. ^» (e. ^>i5i ^aal )—q^?is?; QQ©aiag1>. 

Chashapakshi qq^qqe! adl; s|sj©9; Q^iasi— 
Bt^*ttft;^r^ The lark; the jay; the Indianroller; 
*R<im^JI Coracias Indica. 

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Miqo— gq. v.— v 1 ©giaal (gq«) 

Chashapua 1. Chasha paksbl vSee) 

o«iq< a© agi-roioif * t salvia s?©e»^q j 
J I ©QldGiGi q^io. ^g^qjj— 2. A man 
belonging to a chasha family. 

esiiqa— to- s— eSteidoi^gsi qaGQ gqq qg qq- 

Chashabhaga 30 9^ Q^<a% q©qa ^1 ©gQIQQT 

5tfk wt-n g ia H « w ©^ aG§ g©iQ 91©^© q%a 
giai SI8Q Sl^— Half of the produce of 
a field cultivated by a farmer on 
produce-rent which is retained by 
himself after making over the landlords 
moity to the landlord. 


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Bt^CTl i* \ W9Q«ij «QQ — 3.- Rude; uncivilized. 

osto— e- 9. ( ©« ai$+e& aoi.eaecf )— 

Chashala * * a^- gqpoQia 91$; «a9$V — 

X. The peg to tie the beast to be 

sacrificed* 
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2. Wooden or iron ring at the top of the 
peg for tying a sacrificial beasts 

* I a^l©*— 3. Hive. 

Chashiba To plough, 

strain, ^ram 

oe— G^ © (sr- SI?)— ©«i a|g€ > e«ta*— 

Chashu Husks of paddy; chaff. 

qjren, mix, ^t 

Chashukuta $$Q| a§ &$d 91 $31 a$S9 5 aggSj 
Sif ft QQSS — 1- Fruitless labour. 

2. Fruitless discussion. 

' • I 99l«sj QQ*SI— 

3. Much ado about nothing. 

Chashu kutiba G«p.%qNI .G3SQ ©JG^ISO)— 
<. 1 (Gteuaia) qai a^gs Q99I— 
1. To perform a fruitless task 

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$€391 — 2* To discuss unnecessary 

matters. 

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3, To waste time in a wild goose 

chase. 
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Cbasamkhor QI9IQ ©9fi«. Glfc GQG3IW©*!— 


5*toC*it3 Regardless of the^feelings of others; 

SKHTCift one who has no respect for the fee- 

lings of others. 
<S>9flQ— giW. 9. ( 93 ) — «1<5J; 9^ ©S9Q; ©369 — 
Chasamai - Gruel; frumenty. 

©3G3Q i 

QSQ S affile. 

©GSQ S 

Chasama g'Q@ — Spectacles; eyeglasses. 

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Chahafika Chamaka ( See } 

0901— "GQ. 9- 6 M— OWN ( GQfil ) 

ChahaSka Chamaka ( See > 

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Chahankaiba OTOIQ9I ( GQ« ) 

Chamakaiba ( See y 

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Chahanphala OQQ^; ©»©^ ; ©a»g^©9 (Q*l§)— 
(QWSl— %|) Pickle minded. 

Chahaka ■ \ t Chamaka ( See) 

Q&Q€)Oa— G9. 0«. ( ?- OflglQ-hOM )~ 

Claahakachikana t | q©OW , iqg; ^g$©$3 — 
WW\H ; *tfm\ 1. Splendid; gorgeous. 

2. Dressed gorgeously, 
sn 1 QQiggq— 3. Luxurious; fond of luxury. 

€>»Qfl99— GQ. 9. (W0Q)--Sk9Wi — 

Chahakamahaka Splendour; lustre; glare. 

Q99I— 69- 9. 6 Q«— Gfl©l ( e9« ) 

Chahaka Chamaka ( See ) 

QQ9IQQI— GQ. 9 — ^ 1 W«9IQ 2e^ q,a— ■ 

Chahakaiba 1. Causative form of ChahakibsL 


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Chahakiba Chamakiba ( See ) 

©o^o©,©! 0Q9I aea 
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Chahachaha * | 6GJOQ9Q 91 6Cli»9IS)Q «9ig 
n^|?; 44«lft 3Q; SI9G9 — 1. Indistinct noise 

arising from a crowd of people, 
y I QflQ. ^999i— 2. Splendour. 

3. Very; too much. 
( 881— 9lG}Q9OT I ) 
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Chahachaha mahamaha With much splendour; 

grand; in a grand style. 
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09*— €9. § — ^ I ^009m— 
Chahata 1. Brightness, 

^ J I €31% «*lgj — 2. Beauty; sheen. 

^Ffi »,&l G9SWI «8<3*Q 9$S 

col 9GQ a»ft sioicQ 9$ $* — $i<J&. fl$iQG, a© t 

* I *i9*Wj 9*11991 — 

3. Splendour; gaudineas; grandeur. 

* I £3019—4 Diffusion; exibition* 

* i g^9; go*9— 

5. Disclosure; publication. 
CQ. Qtf— ^ I goi&o — 1. Exibited. 
> I flc^9$ g^S— 2. Published. 

SSfl 31 G9QC$£ I qai&|3. GGC I 

« I OOOW; €^9— 3. Bright; dazzling. 

99*Qftl — 69. W. %1— CJt^l °^ 1 9? a $ TO3 6 
Chahataohainpa gai^ ( 3,1 )— ( female ) 

Beautiful and fair coloured like ji full- 
blown Champaka flower. 


Q9*©9fi— 69. Q<a— 1 * OTStfCQ <1Q9— 

Chahataohikana 1. Full of all good qualities, 

eSfwi > i eeiiqaq— 2. Splendid; 

^•i<#i*fd* gaudy; grand. 

* I QWil^Qqfi— ■ 3. Foppish; gaudy. 

©9* ©SKI fla fl© g«^GQ I Q9I0. QlOQ^ I 

€9. s> — t I ^9^ eqffla r ii gsiiw^iq g§© 

C^TqS*i — 1. Beauty due to dressing and 
toilet artificial or made up grace. 
3 I ^DQ^Q— 2. Gaudiness. 

Chahatanagara e^a^aiQIg Q§9 Qj^a — 

^Prt\ A fop; a beau. 

9® SI— €Q. $— t i 9^0 QMS $«1§~ 

Chahata 1, A wide plot of level land. 

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2. DifEusion through the system ( as 

poison ). 

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3. Diffusion of smell. 

fll6Q. («9QI©) © — €^Qai€«l 9GTQ ^91 9^9 349- 
A wide plot of land having jungles on 

all sides, 
G9. ©^1— QaQ^QQ; OSftflQ—Fickle-minded. 

SIGQ OQil, ««| «*| 0€Q 9 90. <§i\ I 

9@$IQ9I— G9- ^. ( W?919 3©^ ^.a ) — 

Chahataiba t | ^G«I9€9 QCI^si^ s{ 9Q9I — 
5t€^tH 1. To fill the air with smell. 

»09C€»Q. afl^i i 
5 I g9lli0 9QQ9I — 
2 To cause to come out* 

* I g^©9 9OTI— 

3. To publish; to reveal; to disclose 

* 1 6aic*o QqQ9i 3 saiqqg 9€i9i— 

4. To make beautiful; to cause to be 

charming. 


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Chahatia Charming; beautiful. 

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Chahatiha 1. To diffuse; to fill the air 

-^t®*ri ( as a smell ). 

^ i (s<a) ggss aqiQG© 9ii§9i— 2. To diffuse 

through the system .as a poison). 

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3. To flash. 

s?qq s>qff%_ e^ea i§ $© 1 33? 9. flW»© ^ff i 
"* I (SWCISJ) qplQGQ a$ GWI — 4. To be 
filled with (e. g, the air with a smell.) 

* I g©t£© GWIj 391© G99I— 5. To be 

opened to view; to be disclosed or 

revealed, 

? t (fitfi Sfi§) €^Q€!q €$091; QQ$ ^091— 
6. To rise up to the surface; (e« g. as a 

fish in water). 

flisQ so? «9is gsss 99 a. 

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Chahati h e ba £T© GWI; flQiSO G99I— To flutter 

■ or become prominent. 

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Chaharaiba ^Wl ) 3.— flGqW G9SIIQ9I— To 
hold out temptation; to allure. 
•Q9^~G^. 9- (tf. ©C *!§)— *. I SJIG«I»»— 

Chahala 1 Agitation; disturbance, 

fefc > I GQffifllQ; 9$G<39Cjr qfllW; §G*Q ; GQM — 
^f^J 2. Noise; ado; hue and cry; out cry bustle. 

> 1 9$ flfflaicro <!©$ 99i «i99l G9S& 09; 
«9Q— 2. Pressure of a crowd. 


3, Disclosing; publication; revealing. 
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Chahala 1. Throbbing; vibration. 

&®m * \ 1$. ©©o«aof)— Qi^ asr — 

5^r Clay; mire. 

^31 G9. M.— ©QflSSj; as?©— Clayey; miry 
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Chahaja Chahalia (See^ 

OQ Q§ ©|$s C9|$4 ©9»l | 9^^9' fl9IWk9. QoeQjq ' 

Chahala 1. Dirt. 

^fcJT; SP^^I 2. Mire; soft mud. 

69. Q<3.— a^Bj QQ c q^— Clayey; miry. 

aid* qci €$asQ oq^Qi aa* ) ©— 

^ I QW^i, 9l$fl— !•• A wide well. 
> I Oa^j_H"— 2. Keservoir of water. 

* I 0491Q 91 «m $9cq aifl aiQ 1 ' GeiiQi* 

aift^VI 9©^ 91 69IOT €11©; ©2J — 
3. A small pool or hole dug in the^ground 

to get water. 
.giGQ. (9^Q) 9— Q^«1Q6J (GQSt) 

Bayasa chhau (See) 

09QQGH— GQ. ® — '©SWSi Sfl^ qp — 
Chahalaiba Causative form of Chahaliba. 

^eS^k^fT To agitate; to shake. 

Q^»— G9. $ — OTOj GStlttfltO — 

Chahali Tumult; noise* 

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Chahalia 1. Moving here and there; restless. 
9 1 OQft — 2. Fickle; unsteady. 

*» I 63 Qftl ©GQ— 3. Noisy. 


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W^rJ 1. To be agitated; to vibrate ( said o^ 

ekMMHI a liquid being agitated ). 

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2. To be in motion; to move. 
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ffl I "SiQ Q G9QI— 3. To be restless 
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C bah 15 Churned curd. 

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Cha ^ [ <|©QIS!^ $G ^ OIWJ ^ QWGMj 

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5TT; ^iq 1 its leaves 

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a3 G3 aQqj QQ gGSf 3 q* & ©© 9«IIQ 

ggQ QQ99I ai?Jig— 2 Tea (drink); 

concoction of dry tea leaves mixed 

with milk and sugar and used as a 

drink. 

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Chaalata aQOIoq^ggO ^SQ GfQQIQiQI© Qflf- 

^>G9^ — Magenta; a red pigment. 

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Chaa (etc) ^ (QQWl (GQ<5i) 

t Cha (etc) (See).. 

Chaanra A kind of grass. 

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^T^l t. 1 ^GpQ i 9GW («JflW)— L Vigorous ■ 

(trees). 
.? \ $€jj$L% — 2. Strong and well developed. 

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Chai 1, Golamaricha (See) (Haines)* 

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Chaika^ha ( See ) 


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Chain 1 - Unsteady; fickle. 

sfcf ^ I &$qg; <*Q9— 2- Brisk. 

Sff* * i 09 ; Q9I99— 3. Cheating; fraudulent, 

* 1 Q§9- 5. Clever. 

* 1 99^ 9?iO — 0. Active^ skilful. 
9 I (9T, «9) 9l©£j; QQ&— ?• Hot; he ated * 

€9. 9 - * I 63^ GQ9 at ««% ««> g €<*Q9Sl 
$0 — 1. A sly thief who steals things 

before one's eyes. 
j> I uaiQIO 91 09 Qh^— 2. A cheat. 

* \ OWl9 — 3. Cheating. 

qQ20— G9. w— ^Q* ( OT« ) — 

Chaina Chain ( See ) 

$«9QQl— 6O. $— 1 I *IO^Ii Q^9 6991— 
' Chainkariba" 1. To become heated. 

> \ q,Q* 39 QQ9I— 2.To produce the sound 

of a drop of water falling on a very hot 

metal. 

q£ 010 _ SQ . q. (sr. oOTI; 99M)~ ©&9!0 (€93) 
Chainkatba Chaikatha (See) 

qQ$9l~ €9. «— ^Q"^ <G9<Sl) 
ChSinkina Chaificham (See) 

qQGiq— G9. q— 9ai9 act <?t qgq G99i g9»e^ 5 f€|$ 

Chainkhara aM^-^ry^' ra ? s of the 

sun. 

Chainkhaeiba" qspo 6991 -Becoming terrified. 

CTOTtteffl (aai— eaoicQ^i^i* ©WfflW «99 

^*^lt $g QIQ 91 QIOR €p* eifta 1) 

-69. a— 1 1 gaa-itf-BOSje sg©— 

Cbainohaifi 1- A sharp biting sensation. 

^ I ©a" 91 ©a'ykl G99GQ Sl§> G9€$ €8^ 
ac>$€> $« 6S§a$— 2 ' A *>* rnin g ac- 
tion in the body ( when touched with a 

searing rod). 


* 1 6W€Q %% G£ri§> €9iQ 9G9 ea^T 9% 

ago© ©< — 3 The pang of a pin prick- 
ing the body. 

v 1 dig dig — 

4. Repeatedly; in quick succession. 

* I QQ QQ €99 QQ\® 9$ G9QIQ «9^€> 

ggtQ — 5. With a feeling of repeated 

momentary pangs in the system (as 

by pin-prick or pricking with a fire 

brand. > 

4> I Q1QQI Spl Q8GQ 91 ®'©Q 9lsfG9' Ctldl 

CfclQI EllSt a§)9IQ €19; GOCdfW— & Sound 

produced by drops o£ water falling 

on a red-hot metal or earthen pot. 

qQ9«i«— 69- 9— qs> «qci eii€jf eiiQf c^?jsq aid 

ChaiHpakhala OQKUQgQi CTCHO; €3$ Ml© 

( 9IS1 QflllO— ©9^9 ) Q9% Q€J3 fl9 ^ aW _ 

1, Boiled rice mixed with water while still 

hot and served while still hot, 
3 I 99 931Q — 2. Freshly watered boiled rice. 

qQfllQQI — €Q. §— <■ I ^aiSIQ9l — 

Chainmariba 1 To practise cheating. 

y 1 n® aaq^eofeiQ a9ia c g^Q 9Q g^9I — 

2. To steal a thing before one's eyes; to 

pilfer. 
qQ qjSI — G9. 9— <l8q«j «Q9€ff QIQ9I <199l€l^ %$<% 
ChSiS muga qfil— ^A leguminous seed harvested 

in summer. 
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qa$©9i— €9. 0. ( e. ^990^ )— 

Chaikichika ^ I.99€1^I9 a^Q — 

1. Foppishness; gaudinesa in dress. 
" J I QS Q©| — 2. Glitter; dazzle 

69. ?^— v i Gi9Q9i 9i aiaaQq^— 

1. Foppish; gaudy. 
9 I ^ ©— 2, Bright, glittering; dazzling. 

qQOIfllfl— 69G9. 9. ( Q'- ^91=919699 + 91^- 
Chainkpam 9|ffi)92 ) — §69aisi© ©l» 6 «Qq|PtQ^ 
QS96€i^ — China palm; Phoenix 

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Cha"u5 GQ9GQ 9|§)Q|Q «OTQ — 1- Sensation felt 

when the body is touched with -a piece 

of hot metal. 
? i 9*01® — 2. Suddenly. 

3. Being startled suddenly. 

v 1 901 © s q% a©«T — 

> 4. Sudden fear or fright. 

Chaunkina ChainchaiS ( See ) 

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<J©q4— €Q. a— ^ I qQqcf ( GQ« ) 
ChauHchauS 1- Chainchain ( See ) 

2. ChauSchauHa (See), 

Chaunchaunan 1. Fear on being lonely. 

j 1 ©»©i esiq q^qq (gio)— 

2. (a place) Fearful on account of being 

lonely. 

* I ©a??!!} $9Q — -3. Lonely; lonesome. 

v I GQfci§ ^g 90i© $a§© G99I G9# §)g — 

4. Startled or frightened on account of 

sudden appearance of a thing. 

qeiq— flieQ (was) $— om ( gs>s )— 

Chaunri ChauSri ( See ) 

■q«KP— gi€Q (GSWsgs) 9— ©6|q§>3 ( G9S )— 

Chaimrimuthi Chaunri bhundi ( See ) 

q^Qfl^— aiw (SKW9S) 9— QGNfyi ( N« )— 

ChauSrimundi Chaunribhundi ( See ) 

Chaurpisan The powder of rice* 

q«Q— 91. § (aq^ qqiq*)— qqe ( gqs )— 

Chaura Chaula ( See ) 

[ g— 9iqq, s>§q, aitf ae qioeiQQ gqgq 
'q^o* 3«gq 'q&Q' $©iQ«a »q§; <i@gQ 

q$R— giG9 (w*qp> eawqa; %»• @- qt% •?. ^)- 

Chaul Q — c^gjOj 9fJQ— Eice. 


Ghaulchi ^ Chaultl ( See } 

qsflja— giw (qg) ^. il— ©asj* %,1 aiw ©S suS qgjo 

Chaulti 'qj e^SIIQ 9SQ— The woman whose 

profession is to purchase paddy, husk 
it and sell the rice so produced on- 

profit. 

q€Jfij60l^— gi€Q (^QqS) ^ — q€^©2l) GQIQ ( GQGI )— 

Chaulpok Chaulia poka (See) 

Chaula ^ 1 ogj q> — 1. Kice; Oryza Sativa. 

■^ftft^ ^ ©ctfi eraq §0 t ^jiq% q&a ggo 

S19 — 2. Husked seed of certain corns.. 

( aai— Qisja q$Q, ^«n' ^qq s gq\<$w q&& 1 ) 

3. A standard of weight; ^ of a grain. 

GffiQ tt«0lr-.C9. S — qjSfr 9MQQ q®Q 6 Gat G9QI- 

Ghaula dhariba ^QOI% QlSMa V^a^MgQ 

Sfa^t qgJQ ^ QQ9I — To purchase rice from 

producers or petty traders in large 

quantities for commerce. 

Chauladhua Qa^GyJ© ©qsiW— 1. A basket used 

355ft for washing rice. 

> I qs&9GQ«— 2- A kind of bush; Glycosmis 

Arborea; Uveria. 

[ g— <9i «^9MQ Q$pifGQ OQ5»%Ga 9GQ 3 

QOOIGQ *l^> ff* ^<l I GQGQ <9IQGQIO Glitlg) I ] 

qaowaaffl— gq. 9— og^Goioo; gsq ©qgq oi^q 

Chauladhuapani - q^©l GQtQ aa G99)G[ ©I9IQ 
Bm^W^ 1 ^^, 3°€1 ©Qnfll© ai<- Water left 

C&sjft; C5t*^tt^ after washing rice in it. 

q$fi>9©IQ«>l— G<$. 9 — t. I vq gg© QQQI SISMCa 
Chaula pakaibS o^qq q9^QI 3|S 9(§SQ OT 
bHt*Wl OlQO^^§JGWI— 1- To put washed 

?TO3I^ M*TT rice into the water of a pot boiling 
over fire in order to prepare boiled 

rice for meal* 


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gs»G} s&iawgiq ao"^ CQIQ^QI— 

2. (figurative) ( a bride ) To have been 

ordained by Prajapati to be the bride 

of (so and so male), 

(Ml— ®<p (OOlt) ago (9Q) qr <3GQ © fi^» 

flOIQgQ, G3GOQ* 9Q ft GQIG «Q OIQiqt 

9Q C9IQ OTgj I ) 

^Q 9i©9i— G^. $ .— a<a aioief qsj©^ aiw, Gai§> »q 

Chaula bachhiba $(§ QQ^IQ 96191 ^To pick 
SpTCW °ut foreign matters or particles from 
gT^SS^tCTT a quantity of rice before boiling it 

for food. 

^€W»s9i— ot. *?•— (a. o^o+Wo)— <■ 1 9©i c^iQ- 

Chaulabhaja 391 €^ a j Q^i ©^j $§ — 
■ st^FSW 1. Fried rice. 

WW gsRl J I fllff a&JGQ ©IS* 9SQ G9@ Ql&g© 

qqgq «w»SL fl^oqoics «iq® €Q9 aq- 

©a6Q §|©9I g^^l — 2. The operation of 
frying rice on sand in a pot over fire, 

Chau la bhajili jhaiS ^G9€ImG9 Ql^ft 6 916} 
«?©l«[OIGQ ei©§>9l G©G« «9©I90IQ», 

.qiqg, 9IQ 6 oig Q aetgQ cj««^ op 

4IQ «cf QP I 

q$» ggg— gq. 9.— (<39iq as ©i$q qq goig) wi 

Chaula mugura ©^9G€1<3 — -^ tree growing in 
St^tS^I the forest; Tarak Togenus Kurzii. 

[ q— fiiw*. e§gia 6 Qg)G9€R s>crs*s!©orGQ 

43 €1$ &GS5 I «9IQ 9-9 1 AW 6 £f« GGIQ I <J9I© 

fla^ofleqwiw o©3©iQ cvo 3§© §o i ] 
qg&— w. 9tf— qQ»% gg© ( w )— 

Chauli ( wine ) Made from rice. 

q$6>?0— 69. 9— £ I 8©0 — 

Chaulia 1 Guava. 

f*W3l > I ( g. ©c©« = Gq ( a aQ fliQ ) ©&OIGQ 
&?&; *&& 9ftQ! <©g©iQ flIQ— 

2. A kind of fish ( in Chilka ). 

* I 99 99 OiqGOlO ( QGQ )— 
3. Large black-berries. 


4. A rice merchant. 

1 Trading in rice. 
( saai— ^QQ«I 99I9W I ) 

.> ( ^» m ti^ji ( ^g )— 

2. Hard as grains of rice. 

* i QifCQ qQ» G«i9i^?i9i a^giw Q©IQ© 

€991 QQ — 3. Uttered as if the speaker 

is chewing a mouthful of rice. 

4- Relating to rice. 
q$ea €Q«I— GQ.€>" <19©IS1SJ €Q»i— 

Chaulia kela A wandering tribe. 

[ g— o G9Q1QT ^IfllW a»W 5HWIGQ 9h9?0 
G9^?J9I G^e!l€Gl€)Q qOI 6 QiQap fiqQl §|9 QQ 
9,^ 9GJSJ I] 

q^QCflaa— gq. 9—^ i qQ» GQaiQQ *»i— 

Chauliaganja 1. A mart of rice trade. 

{ «iQQaa^— a9iq,a ) -J \ { flifl ) QtQ GsjftG^w 

©Q^9^1 91 ia QlflQCflg— 2- A large 
village near the Cuttack station 

B. N- By. 

<18 SI6J9IGQ «I6J9}I ^»Q G~3®9 Wl?l ^9^Si 
«Qii@ aSi <8 W191 «^Si 9^fl(Q ^QR! aaga 

< 9ifleci«! Q^^gq GQ19QQ9 ci'Q^q. «>g 

990 6>§© €9iQaQ 1 ] 
q$Qtt q«ii— G<5?. 9 ( oflaa© )— $P al 9 %» wi 
Chaulia guna G9IQ^I, %GS^ aaQ <3^! goi 

<iog«iQ g«i«i q«ij ai€fo. geii— 

A kind of nose ring- 
q$$a GOiO— S^^"*^ 1 ^ROCQCTOI SOI OT, «l^- 
Chauliapoka 9G«<3 A kind of white in 

(^^^^tt^j sects infesting rice kept for 

some time; Calandra. 

q$ss soioe— w. ^>— <0 3$IQ COIOft fllQ> 

Chauli kokali ( GQlOSl ®G» GQI* GOfll ) — 

A kind of fish (see notes under 'Kokali'; 


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Chaulei chau]ei kathS kahiba Q6S!$ Mi QgQIj 
ftflq §IQGQ 001 $@91 ( aifGQ qe$» Gq91Q 
G^IQ ©a I «»@GSJ ^ai GSQQ «fl% §«, 6^8 
QQ ©§91 — To speak indistinctly and con- 
fusedly (as if speaking while chewing rice). 
q*QQ — 9169. ( QS§5 qp. §. ©9® ) — 
ChaSbara ©«fQ ( GQGI ) 

Chaafira ( See ) 

q$— giG<?. ( 6«w«iq9 ) Q< ( £■ Wi qp. <§ ^efeQ 
Chak 9. g^) — 1 I aaos^ 9$6ersil 5 gas&iQ 
OSIQIS $91 — 1 Bee hive. 
> I ( Q*9^p ) Q— -aq9Q OQ— 
2. The wheel of a cart. 

qsoei— a. 9. ( °®v aiSL—«9 cwi; $§; ©too aift 

Chakachakya +Q9. « )— 9$G) €$$»©!$ <3Sj 
Q©9©— Brightness; glitter; 

brilliance. 

q©©Q4©$~ CT- $<fl— ©©©$20; Qljaiol— 
Chakachakyabanta Bright; dazzling. 

<^99h9$ 403 Q|S« 

o^a ess9 s" ©is aftco 1 owat. «€>©i t 

q©©©H— g. 9— V I ^QOQI ( GQ4 ) 
Chakachikya 1. Chakachakya ( See ) 
^ I Siqj — 2. Illusion. 

q ©a s — gqgc?. ©. ( ©1© q*ai. q 6 Q°. ©a v )— 

Cha kap ^91 aiff qqqi S>9C$ SWIMW ©19§© 

rt^*t s @^i fl 'N ^ Wl *■*' § a< a — Tea CU P- 

q©Q— G$GQ* 9 ( ffl- q©©)— 919; ©Oi; GSIQ© — 
Chakara Servant-, attendant. 

*m [g— qps© €5?»Q sief gq«re CQ9M3 

c^©q^1 I « G©ta§ cwocqal Oi§ 90 <?(ti 

Cha-kara A tea planter. 


q©QGwf«Q— G?GQ. (ffl)— ©. (<l01&b »OQ; > 
Chakaranaakara ff|. qQQ + GQjQ^)— 

grr^^^: ^qqqiqq (cq«) 

(qpQffff©— aftt^a) Chakarabakara (See) 

Chakarabakara ^©«,|Q. Siff9^cf — 

5fa3^to3 Servants; attendants; followers. 

Chakaraul Maid servant. 

q9Q»— GQGQ. 9. feri.)— Q©i9Q— 

Chakaran A body of attendants. 

^^^Tsr^ (9l3si) — (grants of land) Given to ser* 

vants in lieu of pay, 
q9$WQl€ie — S?G^. 9 ( ffl. «l©qff + ©lQlG) ) — 
ChakaranjSgiri qqsaiq^ QQfll QQ9^GQ Q®- 

^WCTSWT'ft^ Service grants* 

q©Q (Q0il«?)— €9. ©— €^Q Q©iiQ (€Q3) 

Chakari(etc) Chakiri (ete) (See). 

q 9€)9I— GQ. ^— flQfl 0«GQ qQI 9^» 9Q ai^ gg© 
Cha kariba 0€IQ| — To make or prepare tea, 

q9GG)QG>l— G_Q. $ — qqG0Q9l (CQ«) 

Chakaleiba Chakuleiba (See). 

q^ ^QOilQ)— GQ. 9— q9 Q©il^ (Wfll) 

Chaki etc) Chakhi (etc) (See), 

< c^q oTaoGQ <i 9 ^9 — ewe* 9£rl0 f 
q©€)— GQGQ. 9 (ffl. OWqi)— t I Q©1Q Q<3— 

Chakiri 1. Post of a servant, 

■cll^-O 2. Service under a master. 

* I €>3% G9QO QIQ S>q£to/ Qfl— 

3 Any service for pay salaried job. 

q«€ja-69- Q. q_° (eri. «i©Q)— Q©^ Qi^ ^<?Q— 

Chakiria Servant. 

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Chakiriuthaiba 1, Chakiri tulaiba (See). 

2, To cause to dismiss a servant. 
q«Q QQOl — G^. **— 't I g^Q GWI QQSi— 

Chakiri kariba 1 To* serve or attend on a master 
Sr^fwSl - J I QIS§ 3QS1 QQ9I — 
gTO<Hrc«U 2. To take or accept service under 

a person. 

Chakiri chhardaiba To dismiss a servant. 

^©Q g^Ot— GQ. 9 — Qiq^%©€© a^Q GQQI— 
Chakiri chhardiba To give up or resign a service, 

Chakiri jutiba 

Chakiri tulaiba 


-OTgig.j «£©Q 9©Qi— Employ- 
ment; engagement in service; 
getting a job. 

4?— 9raq.ca eja^i sjacQ Gig, 

QI& 3&I9Q QQ^l— To discharge 
one's responsibility as a servant; 
to- discharge the routine duties ; 
- > ^ -^ V of an office. 


Chakiri dekhiba Qfiqg qs>Q Ql «>GQ siGOSd 

EtffWftl qq9|_i. To be on the lookout 

gT^t^ 5 ^ ^ or a suitable job or post or 

service for one's self or another. 

2. To find out a suitable job or post. 

3 To have or gain experience of actual 
service under another. 

Chakiri deba 1. To engage a man as servant. 
5t^ftw^^1 3 I GQ?«a§ GSQIGQ $qg 91 3939 
^fi&^T 9$QI — 2. To appoint a person 

in a post. 


q$Q 6»QI— G9. $ — 607^9 Q%}$_ ©l<i?IQ q,$Q% 
Chakiri neba $Q,|Q saea ^g ^ǤGQ G>q$ GWI- 
5t^fi W^l To take from one his post and get 
^^"%«n one's self appointed in his place. 

q$Q QiQQi — €Q. $ — G»ta3 q©QGQ flOQQ GW— 
Chakiri paiba To get a service; to be appointed 
tf^ft *fhe9l in a post. 

q«Q QQIQQi— GQ. £— q©Q $QQQI ( G9« ) 

Chakiri bajaiba Chakiri tulaiba* f See ) 

q$€* Qi©€j— GQ. 9. ( aoiCQioi ®9efo ^ 3909 ) — 
Chakiri bakiri gfi§ 3219. q^§ qi gqgaQ oq. 
St^ft Tt^ft ^g SIQRH^ — Services etc; service 

^TSiTt 5FK^ or some such occupation.. 

G[Q€$ Q90i—G'?. q — k\ Q^l^qp^ gisjl GWI— . 
Chakiri rahiba 1. The state of a post being 

permanent. 

(Ml— Q<% ^Q ©191 O ©Gffii G91Q ^Q Q§^ 
Qlg I ) 

^ I QSQIfi aiQ* OI^Q gQ GQQI — 
2- The continuance of a service. 
69. $ — ( 6$fa3 ^m§ ) GQSJff g^lGQ 39hG? 
©iQM q?€39l5 Ol 9Q 9Q9I — To serve; to 

work for remuneration. 

( aai— ^ae« ©iq aig G9?S ©sqgq 0193 
$83 I ) 
q^ — G9G9. ^>. ( $s1. 019 ) — 

Chaku «, 1 €©% ^; W«q«l; O© ; Q^Mti gq— 
6t^ 1. Small knife; pen knife. 

^ I GSR ?qQ QIQ GQ« Q9QQ «3g6Q ^© 
G^IQSIKI— 2. Clasp knife- 

Chaknchaku aiQ ©QGQ ^f GQ Gi3^ €IQ ^<— 
5faJ&fa,y"!^.J?F K Sound of cats and dogs eating 
^q^tff any watery substance by licking. 

9%8*3 — OT- 9. («IW ^QQQIQ WOQ ffli 0^_6 ?.. 
Chaku chhurj ^q) — ^^(g95l) 

Chaku (See) 


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Qg^G, 3$ffia, STOtS, G0&I G91Q Eg*, 

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ETI. q8l«WI£j Qff> W, 99^6 <j9GH€» l] 

■fl- ©Q9SI • -> I Gia9Q* (G9GI) 

G£. ©Sei'a- 2. Kasamardda (See) 

©i. $i$ * I ©Q£qq$i— 

^J. S^*l^€£j &• Mbergia Lanceolaria. 

[ g — «q}| ff$ qi gQfll ^qqq 91 Q1919GQ 

' 9GQ I <9IQ Q§) C^$l CIQQ Q§> GQ i -49IQ ET$ 

qi<r «<3- €9fl9qg i 9io aoi flip as 9»» i « oio 
q«i gqg» sa eca i ] 

G9. W.— 919, 99, » «W SI 9IQ9 wqc« 
<J9lft B83ft— * Tied down or addicted to 

worldly affairs. 

q^i €9® oisi* 39IQ6Q «« i titoi<w« ^esqqa I 

q§$— fl»- «•— ^ ^s^oo)— Qioji 5a Qi 9i§ ^Gfip 

Chaku^di fl^Ql ^9« ^9 - Long and large (i 

<7f$s[ foot) intestinal worms; large and round 

tape worms conjing out with the 

faecus and vomiting. 

qq©i— €9. S — *W t69«l) 

Chakunda Chakunda (See) 

0-QQ-G9. ©.— ea^ flRaflieo 6> # ^% *iaaiQ <i9lc» 

Cha-kuli gjtl9ft W ^91 G9^G^ ©lA «W 9«lGa 
©qo ftaa — Tea-garden coolies, 

^S«l-G9^. ( e. t*©%<ai >— si°*l* a ^ ,Q Q&1 

Chakulia 9QH S9»l« aa«G«— Uraria Lago- 
( g. arfWi|— Wa*1, P oides ; Hemionites 

O^^l, f^QWIi qa9?ft Cordifolia 

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Chakulia Chakulia (See) 

q^fill— 3IG9, (GflQfflOQ) ©.— qqoa (G961) 

Chakulya Chakulia (See) 

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Chakiri (etc) ( See) 
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fiftra fg^ ^e«1 G«t9IQ ©Q WiatCQ <9Q G9Q» 
^^T -di|< ^IWI QQ9t — 1* To slowly munoh a food 

in the mouth. 

> I Qiq.G»Q9l — 2.*To ruminate. 

qee— 3. 9. ( os«g99+as«iaGG!. w )— 

Chakrika v l Q$MQ OQQ^t gQaiO^? — 

l f A circular gathering of choristers or 

hymn-singers. 
-> I G^Si — 2- Oilman. 
*> i Cll'SiSIIP— 3. Cartman; coachman. 

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Chakshusha ^ | OQGOIOQ; 9©*<9 — 

1. Directly perceived by the eyes; ocular. 

y i 9Wiq $Qi ( «© )— 

2. (knowledge) Acquired by sight. 

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l. Direct perception by the eye. 

2- Name of the 6th Manu or progenitor 

of mankind. 

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1. Direct evidence; evidence of a person 
who himself saw an occurrence. 

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Chakhana 1- Tasting; trying the taste of a 
Bt^R; 5f*R food. 

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2* Examining the taste of a thing. 

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3- Pickles; things which palliate one's 

sense of taste. 

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q«KIQ9 fllQH— 4. Something licked or 

eaten after swallowing some strong 
intoxicating liquor. 

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Chakhania Chakhunia (See) 

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Chakhapda SCIOI^ $©|^a> 3$ «Q fl&$ OQflM; 

6t^?; §N3; f^5^ o eflfif Q — A span; a measure 

fir^l^; fa^TT of length by the span of the 

extended palm from the tip of the little 

finger to that of the thumb; a length of 

about 9 inches. 

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Chakhandikia Measuring one span only. 

Cbakhi v | ^q. Quw p 9 , ^|©_ 

1. Boasting; bragging. 

? I ^3«°qi— 2. Self adulation. 

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2. Boastful; bragging. 
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Chakhikhuntia ^IgjdGSQQ — Name of a Brahman 

Panda of Puri who was of very strong 

constitution and indipendent spirit. 

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Chakhiba qq^| — 1. To taste a thing. 

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3. ( fig ) To enjoy with any organ 

of sense. 

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Chakhua Chakha (See). 

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Bt^ferl, 5t^ft A servant whose duty is to taste 

(q«dfl — ^1) the fodd prepared for the king before 

it is taken by the king. 
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examines the taste of a food 
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Chagar^a etc Changarda etc (See). 

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Chankiba 9Q9I —To dislodge 


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Changurdi (See). 

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ChSngxga ghara ai<; Q^iqQ — "War drobe; a 

room for storing dress and 
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The root of a tree which is seen above 

the ground. 

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9Q£1I<3 — A iire work made by putting 
gun-powder in a hole made in the 

Changarda of a tree. 

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Changarda mekapa * A class of Sebaka of Lord 

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Changardi Changurdi ( See ) 

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Changala Chenga ( See ) 

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Chaiiga" " Chenga ( See ) 


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Changari Changari ( See ) 

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tribes of the Oriya agency tracts. 

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2. Changubadya ( See ) 
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Changurda 1. Changatga ( See ) 

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Ghangulgi 1. A small tray. 

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2. The cover for a box. 

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Changubadya 1. A kind of drum. 

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Chachaka Q©Ql giq$ a^iel €<?qt — I- The Deity 

worshipped at Banki in Cuttack 

district- 

2. Name of a village Goddess. 

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Chachakai Chachaka ( See ) 

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Cha-chartjhei Kaduakhumpi ( See ) 

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Chachaputa -cq ( §. €IQ3JQQ ) — One of the 60 
musical measures in Hindu music. 

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QQ©lWt 9l^i — A kind of musical 

instrument; the castanets consisting 

of 2 concave and fiat pieces of wood 

sounded by clapping together. 

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Chachara Curled; curling ( fiair ). 

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^ ems Tea-spoon. 

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Chachika Beggar's bowl. 

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Chachera Chachara ( See ) 

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Chacheri mudra A kind of rifualistic pose of the 
hands (See notes under Mudra ). 

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9qSH3 ; 9S69ia99GM— 1. A festival 
accompanied with syringing and singing 
on. the eve of DolapHr$aamL 

^ i siiflWQQi^eafl — 

2. Name of a village Goddess. 
q€@Sf— C9. §i— q<3>iq aS^l 9QIGQ QIQ^Q Qgqg- 
Chachchheoi aWGfl^— Tea-aieve for sifting 

5t^nt tea from the boiled leaves, 

q«§ -G9, 9— «tG§S ( G9S ) 

Chachhani Chachcheni ( See ) 

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5T5 OGtQ — A mat made of cocoanut 

v&T% leaves or palm leaves or thin strips 

of bamboo woven together. 

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ChaTTchakhai §q^q Qg Qg^ ^ff9l 9lWl— 

A witch believsd to suck blood out 

of children. 
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ChaEcharda pathar a 9g©. aaQ^^— A big level 

or plain slab of stone. 
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ChaSchara Chachara (See) 

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ChalTchara CharJcha (See) 

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ChaiTchalya 1. Speed; quickness* 

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inconstancy. 
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Chatlchi 9ffl6Q ff$?D €1QQ €l§(j G9^g9l ©ifij 
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gjrfe entwining the trunk of a cocoanut tree 
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2. The hard rind formed on the stone 
of a fully developed mango fruit. 

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3. Chartchhi (See). 
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ChSSchiba Chafichhiba (See) 

ChStichu Chafichi (See) 

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• btgft 9ffi9 — Thin scrapings (of bark or rind). 

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ChaBchhiba a©|Q9l; ©ifQij 636*91 — 

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djIoMT; ^^t5fT from a wood, branch or fruit- 

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2. To scrape off grass from the ground 

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clip; to prune; to trim. 

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5tfe 319*1 — 1. A relishing food eaten after drink- 

^XZ ing in order to palliate the sharpness left in 
the mouth after drinking spirits or wine ; 
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^ I Q99I; £QT — 2. Hankering. 
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Chat dhariba 1. Formation of a habit (bad sense). 

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&TZ ®*WT 2. Growth of a hankering after some- 
thing once tasted. 
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Chat lagiba Chat dhariba (See) 

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Chata * ( 9<US 9199—1. A perfidious 'person. 

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1. Student reading in a school. 

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3. A large shallow tray, 
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4. Chat (I)" (See) 
G9. V" 1 — 1 1 9^IQ — 1- Learned 
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^ I 99<tia1 — 2. Bent on studying. 
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The young ones of the sparrow. 

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Chatakaira Chatakera ( See ) 

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ChatgaS Chattagrama (See) 

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Chatasala Chatasala (See) 

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^ft^^tlffTl Village-school; a primary school 

xfEjrrp&T where the Ternacular is taught. 

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ChatasaHa 1. Learnt in the village-school - 

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4. Relating to a village-school. 

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Chatasali Chatasala ( See ) 

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leaves woven together. 

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Chatigrama Name of a place (M. W.); 

Chatta grama ^See) 

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Chlticbuti «!d9i) — ( to eat a food given to one ) 

<<&B«fCSiC5$gd? To the dregs; without leaving 

gTa ftte*> *: any particle of food in the plate? 

by licking the plate. 

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2. To taste with the tongue. 
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3. (figurative) To eat with gusto, 

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4. (figurative; To destroy; to ruin. 

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eulogy; praise. 

j i G9tsiGfll9> 9ot §^9i9ij 8fiM ga°si— 

2. Flattery* 

* I ©GTOGG — 3. Supplicating words; 

humble prayer. 


v | Q|QO|ai90 -9Q91; OT COQ OTC«Q 9Q 
Q9I99I 9211—4. Coaxing; blandishment; 

cajolery. 

giGO (9gQ) 9— * I ©4 (G9«) 

1. Chatu (See), 
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2. Karachuli (See). 

q,S«|— 69. ©«. £° ( e. ^9IQ )— <. I €$9iq; 69 
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2. Loving to be flattered; liking flattery. 

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Chati (See). 

<^SDQ9I— 69. * ( W Aft)— <■ ' G«I^»«W"" 
Chatuaiba 1- To flatter. 

2 To coax; to cajole. 

* i 9«qq4 Pat 9g9i — 

3. To speak with humility; 

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Chitu katu Oi^9t9H 6 0*919*1 — 

Flattery and pungent speech^ 

Chatuk$ra ? I €0 TO Q8IQ Ml 969— 

1. Humouring; complaisant. 
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S. 9 — 6«HSWQ» ^»9 — Flatterer; a sycophant, 

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Flattering; expert in flattering. 

3. 9— qg; 9^9- A 3 estep or foQl in a 

king's; court or in a drama. 

Chatupriya 69 6<tt«lWd Qeil ^191% W Qt-<3~ 

(qsjjqi— 3D Fond of flattery; fond of being 

flattered. 


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; 1 %$&% sa°si— 

2, Undue praise; adulation. 
* I Q\£q\ — 3. Entreaty. 

Chatubatu ^ a l( CQ * ) 

Chatupatu ( See J 
ST. ^ — 99<39 — Jester, 

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Chatu bakya 5^900 (G9«a) 

Chatubachana (See) 

Chatu bada c^Otf (€9«) 

Chatu bachana (See) 

q^OiQi— 3. 9<a. ^-(q^+W ai^+g^. qq 5 *si. *9) 
Chatu bad? sj|9IQ (gq«) 
(Q!\9IW— fbl) Chatukara (See) 

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Chatubhashi Q|$9i€j (G9<5i) ■ 
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Chaturjya 9Gh& 5l§*IQr $E»49GaG— Chatter jee, 
6t|^Jl a title of BengaJe Brahmanas. 

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Chatola < | CQQI9 GSIiq! Qsl^OOl TOW 9G$9I- 
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a ^ _ .. __ _.. of disease. 

S I 99ft 99ft ( G9SI ) 
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1. The name of a minister of Raja Chandra- 
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by Chacakya. 

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Chanakya niti TO99 »afll© 6 q©9iQ— Principles 
of Ethics and Politics compiled or enun- 
ciated by Chanakya . 

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Chanikya Chanakya (See), 

q^Q— 9. 9 (91a) {©<n ai^ao qq9I+q<|. qq)— 

Chanura G^OiOG€l < a-— Name of a demon. 

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Chanura marddana Srikrushna. . 

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Chan^isag «q ©a$ ( cofl ) 

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ChaiKJa Acufceness, 

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Chande ( See ) 
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( QI<SJi§tfl — ti ) ■ . outcaste 

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Chatara 1. Deceit; fraud. 

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Q^Q 9IOQ «I9I3 H 00 ^9 ^ Q ^ aS<3 ' 

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Chataria 1. Vainglorious. 

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2. Bragging; boastful. 

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(oi^pio — acN%Q) eaif aoiefo 9»q— A mixture 

of cinnamon, cassia-leaves, cardamum 

and the filaments of the flowers of 

Mesua Fera for medicinal purposes. 

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Chaturthika Appearing at an interval of 4 days. 

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Quartan: quotidian fever. 

oi^O€i— 3. m.- (oqo^a+qQiea. a)— Q^alonGQ 

Chaturdda^a eio 91 Qf© — Happening on the 

14th day of the lunar fortnight. 

e. Q. - ^533 (^. e©3IO^) — Demon. 

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Chaturbarnnya q^lcj — Eelating to the 4 chief 

castes amongst the Hindus. 

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<jo OIQ 019 — !• The 4 principal caste- 
divisions amongst the Hindus, viz 
Brahmana, Kshatriya, B^sya and 

Sudra. 

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enjoined for the 4 castes of the Hindus. 

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air. 


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afif^ vflis qiq aiaa 99891 9©9eag — 

1. A vow observed during the 4 rainy 
months ( viz. Srabanaj Bhadraba, 
Aswina and Karttika) 

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Performable in 4 months. 

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Chaturmasya ( See ) 

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G9. — 998% «OSM —Fraud; deceit; craft. 
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^9 ^QG9 «§<3 ^99 G%9 aG9— The 

servant or a person who holds a cloth 

as canopy over the head of a king or a 

resently married couple while passing 

through a door-way. 

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qejacj— e§OT. 9. ( q°. q©G9<3i ) — 

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6lH&*ll) Court of. Chancery, 

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medical practitioners who cure surgecal- 
cases without operation by the applic- 
ation of oils and ointments. 

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&Hc*FI* an university. 

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Chanaka Chhanaka ( See ) 

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Chand-si Chan-sj ( See ) 

q©~ C9. 9. ( e- 09 ) — 

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2. The ceremony of worshipping the moon 

on the third day of the bright lunar 
fortnight succeeding the marriage, 

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«Q ai©Q ©Qfl»1 OQ«l )— 3. The sweet 

offerings offered to the Moon-god in 

the evening of Kumaraparnaima. 


gi9© 9TOI 4 399Q^L ©IWI %Q${teQ — 

4. Name by which two females or children 
friends address each other after feeding 
each other with the offerings of Kumara 
Purpninia evening; the mutual friend- 
ship springing up from such mutual 

feeding- 

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a coloured beast (e. g. horse, cattle ). 

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©99 ?H»QriQ$Ga^--6. Crescent-shaped 
or moon-shaped orhament. 

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7. (figurative) A pleasing person or thing, 

r I Q^ QIQ9iq fist 9Q9I 9Mg Q s^g^ qga 

9QG9 i»§9 G«?^8 ©9—8. Target. 

« I a»i 6 G«ilft Qlfilfliff — 9. Round white spots- 

qpqQti— G9. ©— o§Q9a (G9si) 

Chandra-udia (See). 

(«- OQ^ + giQ)— ^§q>4 QCf«€«« — 

A black pigment or dye used 

by fexnaleb to put on the middle 
of the forehead as a tip* 

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Chandana 93391 ^991 GfiH9 5 <3Q9l9 i Q-CSIQQOT 
PtsK^ri 9^ — Homestead holding of a tenant. 

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Chandanadar Chandatia "praja (See). 

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Chandana praga <JQ2ll<l— A royat who has resi- 
■ : ' ■*" denceoninV own holding. 


Chanda.udia 
Chandakala 


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Fr^ffel; efaf^t Moon-lit (night) 

GQ. © — * I QQQQ& — 1. Moon light. 

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2. Chandrasaia (See). 

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3. A pucca platform with no roof. 
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Chandabadana Chandrabadana (See). 

QIQ999I 

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Chanda banda Chanda bandapana (See). 

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Chanda bandaiba q$HI69Sft ©G9I9© 00^9910©! 

(OIQ 9GQQ9I — Bl^q.0) ©Q9l— (boyaand girls) To 

worship the moon in the evening of 

Kumarapu rnnima. 

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9©9©h1 9QIQ9I 9©9I 2 - ( a Dewlv 

married couple) To worship the 

moon on the third day of the bright 

fortnight following the marriage 

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Chanda bandapana * \ Q©|<$© 099^1 ^.9 ©«qi 9© 

( QiQWteJ— SQM%a ) 999©t» 00^501 ^ a91 ^i 

OW3ia©l~ The ceremoney of the newly 

married couple worshipping '.the moon 

on the evening of the third day of the 

bright fortnight which succeeds the 

marriage. 


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919 ©Q9" 991 — 2. Worship of the moon 

on the evening of the Kumarapurn- 

nami by boys and girls. 

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Chanda basiba $fl|QQ&i| SWhlG9G» ©€919© ©5^ 

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e9lQa9IQ«alS9'©ltf 9«l* aiQ© ©9©l — 
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the god-relationship of ChSnda bet- 
ween them on the evening of the 
KumaraplirnnamL 
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Chanda baajhiba ©9©]3IQ GS©I^9 ©I «l©©9^l 
qi«9l©Qq 9p» €21IQ©l— To put some 
sweets as offering to the moon-god on 
the Kumfrapurnnima evening near the 

Holy Basil plant. 
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Chandabali Name of a village in the 

district of Balasore. 

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Chanda bur^ha hoijiba ©QIQ9I9 W$ «IQ9l<nJ 

g^QI— The proper time for worshipping 

the moon on the Kumarapurniiima evening 

being over . 

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Chandamani . Chandramani ( See ) 

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Chandamukha Chandrabadana (See) 

(OiQqal— 41) 

Chandamuhin (a lady) Having the face as beauti- 
ful and charming as the moon, 

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Chanda Vayaguru q^q_A great Sanskrit 

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^T^gfCSI ^QGQ ^m Q^QIQ «!Q«i€lQGag— 

(^qofi — «KMQQ) An ornament consisting of 2 

preoes of gold or silver in the 

shape of a crescent below the sun 

and worn on the hair over the 

brow. 

Chandasuruja chu^uki Pa.a padma (See) 


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^ 9!sfaaiQ* eq^© «ef— 1- Subscription. 

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2. Subscription for a newspaper. 

sfwi m 1 $9fll0 €9G» 5?9^| glS>Q ©Q€Q ^%Q ^GQ 

^T eaiQlfiQI «l»iaQ ©$—3. A distinctive peg 

put on the ground during a survey. 

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Chanda utha(e)iba 9Q91 — To raise subscription 

sf Wl^fcfa fro™ many persons. 

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Chanda uthiba Raising of subscription. 

qoi giQQ 9^91— €9. 3.— S>©SJ €9q ^qiq aQfli^i acfl- 
Chanda swakshara kariba 9IQ QQ Qg«l© 9S19I — 

SfflTW*^ To s " bscribe or si S n promising 
payment of subscription for a certain 

purpose. 

Chandi 1 Pure silver. 

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gf^ 2 Ambassia Ranga; a kind of fish # 

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foot. 

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Olft 91 Sj9iai9?y— rHorse-shoe; 

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Chandia 98IQGQ QQ\$Q 2IQI GqflGQ€!l aw — 

(a coloured beast) Having a white mark 

or star on the forehead. 

CQ. 9-— OTIOCQ «1<W aq.—A beast having 
a white mark or star on the forehead. 


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ChSndi phutiba qgjeQ QQCI© 9391 qqq £Q\<$q 

OQSI tf§ fiQ| Q| flOqg G99I — The state 

of having foot-sores, 

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Chandiburjia 9«~^ | q^l$ (9<*§) — 

1. ( a person ) Destitute of all his belong- 
ings; ruined. 
> I 819152 — 2. Overpowered. 

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Chandl Chandia ( See } 

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Chandra 1, Pertaining to the moon; lunar, 

(^T-'O > I QOfi QQ^iq ©^9o— 2 Regu- 

lated by the motion of the- moon. 

* I Qig ^We^aasEpsig— 3. Studying the 

Sanscrit grammar named Chandra. 

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Chandraloka (See) 
J I ©gsi^ flfil— 2. Moonstone. 

* I $3°a© Qg <as© qig 3 oig flig— 

3. Lunar month, 
v I ©:Q|£jtf (§o) (CQ«) 

1 Chandrayana (See) 

* |-«,0 9"H9W>C«— 

5. Name of a Sanscrit grammar. 

.•q©,«Q— sr. 9 ( q*h; ctg+sta-qaaig )_ 

Chandramala a ^©l ^Qgiq. qoqiq— 

An additional lunar month added to 
the lunar calculation of months at 


intervals of 3 years to make the lunar 
year approximate the solar year. 

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Chandramasa t \ OQ fll 39,$!^ — 1. Relating to 
(qOflltfl— qj) the moon-, lunar. 

> I qfl§g»9§) — The fifth asterism of the 

Hindu Astronomy. 

Chandramana batsara qS^j 9^9t*i>-v. t.(iiQ© — 
Lunar year of 354. 192 days. 

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Chandramana mas a ^* Qij ^ $$39 *»*9S>; ^tf, 
♦^ 3JQ© W)— Lunar month; 29.516' days. 

Chandrayana 9Q«. a©; G36J* 9© OGi5 q%( CQQ 

©^9© gO^G^'S —A religious vow and 
penance consisting of regulating one's 
daily diet by gradual diminution for 
the first 15 days of the lunar month 
and gradual increment for the next 
lunar fortnight and observing conti- 
nence and self-control. 
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Observing the vow or penance of 
( fil«JiqStel— ql ) Chandrayana. 

q»1-e. s>. <1. ( OQ+a+il. a )— 

Chandri ^ | og ag|— 

1. The wife of the Moon-god. 
y I GS^I — 2. Moon-light. 

* I G^© 9W31 — 3. Solanium Nigrum. 

Feminine of Chandra. 

Chans Chan-s ( See ) 

qo1— 69. §~C^1 ( G9«i ) 

Chans! , Chan-si ( See) 

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Chanseri §q,Q flIQ* flqg 36*1© 3I9IS*©— 

5pCTft Court of Chancery in England. 

Chanselar qc^'siQIQOQ 3S?gaiQ 3G^QQ — 
b*tot*Wl« 1- The President of the Court of 

S*WTC Chancery # 

* I 9*S9ll»£|9 s^iq si^iqj — 

2. Chancellor of a University 

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Chapa a.)— 1 I G9I9& ^^T" 1 - Bow * 

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2. Arc of a circle. 

G9. 9 — * |-6©©5 gQ— 1. Weight; burden 
&t*fl > I algtQ- Q!§9i— 2. Pressure. 

^w • i ^aqQ ; ©«aQ ooeiQ qgq^ ©q— 

3. A collar (ornament) for the neck. 


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69?$l — 4. -A. pleasure-boat fitted up for 

special occasions^. 

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GfffeiQ QQG9 gs§ gio attfliff a»i9Q 

G9IQ3M — 5. -A- hig boat overspread with 

wooden planks and used in ferrying 
over carts and carriages. 

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G9igii G^lQ ©i 6jaG<a a^i JEt9 sieast^© 

Sag QqaiQ^QI GQfQt— Two boats 

joined and planked together so as to 

make the deck more spacious, 

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Chapa kheliba To sport in a pleasure-boat. 

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Chapaxda (eto Chapar^a etc (See). 

qa@i— G9. §. (g.oeat; ®a^ )— «lWii ^s^^^iq 

Chaparda «jqi©; ^GQI?»i 91991— Slap. 
g^cT; gte; ^fe; ^«^ 

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CLapardiaiba 9Q9I; 2JiaGS»Q^>l — 1- To pat; to tap. 

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^T«r<n5rT; «m«F5n 2. Chaparda mariba (See) 

(q^GSWl— aw^qp) f 1 «gj®» Sfiq «l8 G«i^€)%_ 

Q8IQ(Q W %SG« 91 QlgG^ «59 QWI — 
3. To lay flat circular cakes of cowdung 
on the ground or wall. . 

0IQ9I SI QQ| — GQ. @ — SfftQ QGQtlOIQ 9§QI — 
Chaparda khaiba To be slapped by another. 

©iaoiS*o— CQ..9*. 1°— G9 <?§9iQ sjqhoi^ gtaQiQt© 

Chapar^akhiS Q|<1 — One who is used to get 

slapped. 
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Chaparda chhardiba To slap with force. 

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Chaparda paka(e,iba To give a slap.- 

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5Wst«l To slap; to administer slaps. 

Chapadanda 6 SIGaia© $4 — Piston. 

Chapadar A cabin in a ship. 

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Chapar ChapaijLa ( See ) 

qa§ gf^i— g*G9. ( 33,33$ ) $ — qp<$\ siqqi— 

Chapar kutiba To slap; to give slaps. 

qgqe— gqot. 9. ( en. oaqs)— qqhq aQoqgae 

Chaparas &liga| —A servant's or a peon's badge. 

qaqgl— gsw. §. ( sri. ©agsl )— 

Cbaparasi t | e$j<ss Wfl$ *MNiq| QQi — 

1. An orderlv. 

■r 

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qaa-sr. 9. ( oao+q©. a )— ^q^ ( cw ) 

CbSpala Chapalya ( See ) 

qafti— 3. «?. ( ©ao+qQ. 9 )— 
Chapalja ^ | ©s»©ij 2igQQ| — 

1. Fickleness; unsteadiness. 

2. Insolence; impertinence. 
«p I gaCQOI— 3. Bragging; boasting. 

4. Shortsightedness; rashness. 

Chapasari *. | C9QGQ 9«l flQI a»C?IQQCag — 
ffa 1. A collar f ornament ) worn round 

the neck. 

, 2. A kind of waist-chain consisting of more 
than one string aad kept attached by 

rings. 

Chapawri GhSpasari(£e© ) 


Chapa 1. Downward pressure. 
5t*fl 

SMI -» I QI99 — 2. Pressure. 
^TTT ^ I a&Qg Gq©G— 3 - Overeating. 
qaiQQi— G9> 6\ ( "'q£tel* * *0§9l'Q Sfs^%p )— 
ChapSiba oaiQQI ( > 6 9 ) ( GQ3 ) 
5t«Tft Chapaiba ( 2 and 7 ) ( See > 

Chapa kagaja Chapakagaja ( See ) 

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Cha-piala ©loi Q| QQfiiQ €910^5*1 9ig©GG) 9gO 
^filim q9l 9iQ Qqgi^J— Tea-cup. 

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Chapi chapi katha kahiba ©ei| »§^!— To speak 
CeC*^^^ ^Tf^fl ( some thing ) very 

■*W«*< %!& ^te»TT carefully, 

Q9QI — GQ. S.— < I ^Q G<3Q ©»<J QIQQ)— 

Chapiba 1. To press downwards by weight. 

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TJiH«n , ^Tq^it, ^T5TT sw. G5eQ'si«?Q ! g i 

5 I ©8^1 — 2. To squeeze. 

3. To massage. 
v ; | QfiOl — 4. To press tightly. 

qqeteil— w* 9.— v 1 siqq «i» eifl^i ^«fl 69IQ G9«g 

Chapuatii 6WI * 3GQ 9«iq§>%, ^9 Q#9I 9IQ* 

95>a^ aiqefl sflQ^ 6gef qoi «q qq qq 

Ql$ Q^l Ql<i — !• A split bamboo which 

is laid over the bamboo-frame of a 

thatch to keep the bamboos tight. 

At qp<% ai&ii?3i<£ %« acsr Q^ Q§9i aiQ 

2. A tie-band of split bamboo in a thatch. 

p a gj/] — 3. An instrument for press- 
ing the net while untying it. 


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v I $Q 91 969|$9 G9Qq§ ««^©1 Ql SOIQQ 

aewiasa^QlGOcf a$ 9§9i aiQ* 9«*9$9 
aQtm — 4 A ring set in a waist-chain, 
having two or more strings, to hold 

them together. 
^$J9I (QW9)— 69- 9.-^091 CJQ^IP (6931) 

Chapurda (etc.) Chapardaetc. (See) 

■qflj&IQQH- 69. $\— cylOIQQI; 6§<369 al69 al6Q 
Chapurdaiba 99999IQ «K]|e 9§Qi — 
(S^L€9Q9I — ao^fl) To pat; to tap. 

■q-SQI©- 69. 9.-^-919 — 

Cha-pochi Tea-pot. (Howells) 

qgQl® (Q9«rt9)~~ 69. ©-— €|,99l QMS (C9«l) 
Chapoicla ;etc.) Chaparda etc, (See) 

^€QI@I (99H19)— 69. 9. — €1991 Q9il9 (69®) 
Chaporjla (etc.) ChaparjlS etc. (See) 


1 &Q qsafQiq&sy g$i©, 


$S«r $. ssisiqo 9s? 1 


^Q— fll69. ( 3^6(19, Clfclfl, Q<3$)9 ) ©tf.— (§Q. 

Chabra ^99l=9J5j$>9l)— 9iqg»l— 

Currish; biting snappish. 
%Q$ <£t— flICQ. (**«*q9) ,9.— 9I<£9I §$rj>— 

Chabri chaBti Biting ant. 

^ Q9€£~ 69. 9.— ^9tQ $<9 9$j99l 6S§)— 

Cha bagicha Tea-garden; tea-plantation. 

^9Q— 3IG9. (CUSP; «©©IQ)— ©«.— (3. GS> £ll^ ; 6<3 
Chabara 0169 ©I Qiq69)— GlS^l — 

Currish; snappish. 
^§-6§G9. 9. (fl^. ©ICQ)— t I $t ; 69is*aQ ©10. 
Chabi ea$* ai^ «K» WISHG9 69lS*Q 3$ I 3I< 
Btfa 6 QQ 9^910— 
^Tffr Key of a padlock. 

* I 69k§ 99Q OIM 6 SQ99939 3$ — 

2. Key to move or stop a machine; 
* I QQilGQ 99 6991 9IO— 3. The key of 

clock or watch. 
^9 €fl99l— Sl€9. (9«to%9) S- — OI99I (69«) 

ChSbi anba Chabiba (See) 

q/0 9f3— 69. §.— 919. V ( 69ffl ) 

Chabi katni ChSbi. 1 iSee) 


q991Q— 69. 9«.— 69^* S$ (aaL Of) ^©^ Ol@fiq 
Chabidar 0199 fy<~ Key-winding (watch.) 

^Q SQ9I— 69. «.- V I 9l3 £I9iQ9l (69<3) 
Chabi deba 1. Chabi pakaiba (See) 

5tftW3^1 ^ I Qm C19Q9 @^Cf^ C«W 9IQ?16« 

m^|HT 9|^ 919 91^ ^9IQ9l; Q®\QQ 99 6991- 

2 To wind up the spring of a clock or 

watch by a key. 
3169. ( €^£9 ) $—«iq§)9l— To bite. 

^9 a9K69)QQI — 69. &— K l 69ISia^9Q 9991 — 
Chabi pakg(e)iba 1 To close a lock. 

5tf^F5Tl > I 09 99IS6Q 9IQ 6991 - 

dfeif^HI 2. To lock up a door. 

Oi© 8^1(6^)991—69. $—%. I 69190^^0 9Q9I— 

Chabi phi$a(e)iba 1 To open a lock. 

&tf^tt*i1 ^ I 09 99lt% 69lfiia 5^1991— . 

^tft^^n * 2, To unlock the door of a room. 
QI99I— 3169. (<AQ$$) S. (e.. W^%p- «. 61Q9I)— 

Chabiba 9ig§)9l- To bite. 

OI^O- 6969. 9. (ffl €190)-"^ I SJTOI9Q 94J3 G9iQ9l- 

Chabuka 1 # A horse-whip; scourge. 

^T^p 0| 9 Q9Q a$*£ QGQ I ftftflti, 9«01 I 

> 1 q,^9 fli^ H99?iq 39IQ— 

2. Whipping; a cut by the whip. 
3169. (aglflj © — «Q -Tree. 
9s^Q €!IQ9l— 69. §— 901019 g§9! 5 6©IQ9I^!Q 3919 

Chabuka khaiba <aiQ9f - To be whipped, 
Qt^Q 6Q91— 69- Q—QfjQ AIQ9I (69«l) 

Chabuka deba Chabuka mariba (See) 

01^9 aiQQi— 69. $ — gai«aio 9991— 

Chsbuka mariba To whip. 

4(ft»HK4l 

91^9 ^91(661)991— 69. ?— ^99 q|Q9l (69«l) 
Chabuka laga(e)iba Chabukamariba (See) 

GH^999lQ— 6969. 9. ( ffl. CISS.Q9IS )— 

CbabukasabSra 6S3^ a«ll6^! , 31 €«3I9I¥ M 969— 
fri^c*iifli<» Horse-trainer; jockey. 

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Chabukaiba To whip. 

( ^coqoi— aoMq.a ) 
.qI^qi^- CQ. a. ( achrfjoM ) — aq aiSlGQ siap 91 

Chabuchabu @q Qa QI60Q91 £!©', OQ09 SG> — 

Sound produced by striking the fingers 
or small articles on shallow water. 

Qlfl— QtC©. (9gQ) 9— coflrfl— 

Chama House-bat. 

©;flQ— G?G9- Q. (at OTO9>— «t^ (W«) 
Chamaoha Chamaoha (See) 

QIPQI — €§G^. 9. ( ffl. Ofl09; SL«. ST. 093 )— 
Chamaoha ai$®g© 9§ 91 SIP *W» — 

5|>T5 A spoon. 

©QQ 99IQQ qaa, GQetiax i aGqsiGQ ai©% «r>r 
Wt^^lQ^IQ QOIQ ai?^ GC % fll-fl 31CWHC© 

aiStf 6 ei^to «q*i wief <^ giaa9% «|fl«i 

3I9ISHGQ aif$ © a ?) I ] 
*9|fl©— c36Q. 9. (ffl)— «lflq (G9«) 
Chamachi Chamacha (See} 

■eifl©oi— ». ©." %1. ( <*.' «fcwi >— 

, Chamachika ©foil- ©9Ss»; GOmI; ©&p— * 

House-bat; Cynopterous Margina. 

[ 9 — <Q1 aSMQGQ *l£ SICT ©; «TO 91© 99 

9© i $9£i oo 4 flai o$iQ chqii^toqA q.q©© 

q^GQ <i 919 ©GQ I ] 

GldOl— giro. ( e^sp J s>— 3ei<3© gas 4 991 aa% 

Chamatha 691^ Q^QIGQ 9i9§® M^' & 

The rope with which the yoke is tied to 
the fore ends of the shafts of a cart. 

■OIA9I -69. Q— t I Qfl9l (€9'«l) 
Chamarda 1. Chamarda (See) 

(©iac9$— aaiq.a) > 1 oig#i (69<a) 

2 . Chamunda (See) 

•«ia®i ©q$-— G9 9. (s.oqgi 6 9*9; «as $• «»w ©£ 

a basanta qsQ9l) — <l©g©|Q <*\Q%Q 93$ 
,£$!©— *A sort of fatal smallpox which 


is marked by discoloration of the body 
and very tiny eruptions; confluent pox. 

[ 5— 4qi qiqgg t <3|}G©.si©4©igic| 99$ aa ©s 
qqgq qg&i*q wig© ©i@\ 9is> 9©9©i ^i 33aaQ 

G9OTI9 MAM; Q©9© aCQ 9ICI999 flC)9 ai< 6 
G9W09 r Q9i 69IQ^KI; OIQQia -QW G^fiilQ 
qSL<3Gt I fl QQ$ a<?)QQ OQi^QCQ ©I© ?<li 9$ 

to 90© e9(Qaw < < 3 a -G^«1 aiS SL^>i Sqqigq ^i§ I ] 

qfl§l — G9. Q. «£l— ^qfl'i ( G9G1 ) 

ChSmandS Chamunda ( See ) 

i q^GfJ^ — 2ISW%8) ewifflff^eQa 9€jl ea «v9$i l 

giol. 59S>qaaaToi I 

Chamara t | G9Q^9S)3S) QTTOiQaQj 9lfl9»i©Q — 

1- Ghowrie-, a fan consisting of a bunch of 

tail-hair; a fly-flap or fan made from the 

bushy tail of the yak- 

[9— <9l G999I 6 q9ISfi?IQ©W'.'©9KQ q«» 

G9IQ 91W %Sa 9iQ?«> $<] I ] 

> I G99^5 — 2- A bunch of hair. 

GiflQ©$q— e. ©«. il- (Q95I8; qflrQ+9«JS+^- a ) - 

Chamara chikura Qgcoal; G9Q* fflQ qHQ 9lO 
Thick or dense haired (. woman ), A 

^flQO^Q AGO 09*'Q aSiQSj *9 I 

q«Q ®«SQi— W.-9 . ( g. <fc4Q+$? ai^ )— ' 

Chamara dhaliba ©a*Q a©|QO| ; 0?1*Q ^«)^l — 
s^^t jfrcM T To fan with a chowrie. 

qWQOl(GO)QQI— 69. 9 — «^$ QIQ9I ( G951 ) 
Chamara paka(e)iba Chamara dhaliba ( See > 

q«Q qj— *. ^. I 9$g1^ VQ+qjii gsjsj" ^sq gjB- 

Chamara pushp^t q.8«|GN ^QQ 9Q ) — ^>^SI, qa > 

ast,, g??«qi, 01a «I9 qs^io — 

Trees bearing bunches of flowers 

resembling a chowrie e. g. cocoanut, 

betelnut, mango, 

^flQ— G9. ©— <3\fl§ ( G9« ) 

Chamara Chamara ( See ) 

Chamari ^ 1 GQ19I — 1. The horse. 

9 t OflQ qa— 2. Bashy-tailed deer- 


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suaiQfl egc» «w« gqiGa qoo *. ©$© aaa <S fltfi «* > oefr as« aaoa gc§9 qsj s©§ 919 1 ac«9 <- «i 9 ©<£© cslag 94 91 swqs 
€io eeiecQ. ©X9 o ot^sgq 9 a©9 g©C9 G9«€io aiQ owes ©tfo «wq ^ ?i <. sn&a «^ 9i fli9iqg ©o wiec^ c§* i spa— 

, CIQ'9 9©GQ'QI« , GO|5?S9;*Qa' 9 fl©6© '90* G9«69 ; V** 9 QlQtf) '9®^ eQ«€9 ; *ac«i|*9 S1QG© *a«l f «$C9, 'aGW©' 9 OIQS© *aft?§iC9^i9 


«. I ©fl<3 €«i— 3-lThe yak. 
v i ( ©OQ+a+%1. Q ) qtf©; ©sf©— 
4 A fan made of a bunch of tail-hair, 
e, m. g: — * i «tfK*eS%s 3a*© ^91 (ag)— 

(G^ftsA — $) 1. Bushy-haired ( beast ). 

> I ©a*© aa^QI \ ©i§ )— 2. ( a person ) 
Holding a chowrie or tail-fan. 

$ia10Q_g.. 9. ( oateQ—eta+wiGd 7 . a )— %q\— 

Chamikara Gold. 

fl. §<S\ — %$9fy — Golden; made of gold. 

©lateQSolQ— sr- w. «. ( Qo8* ©*!©% ^ril©© 

Chamikara gaura Oft G©?Q )— SIQI© GQ9Q ©$ 
(€^1©© G©fcl — <l) qftiQ€l— Fair-skinned; 

( yellowish ) gold-complexioned. 

Olftfti- s. 9. il. (Q$+3§> ©oie©— WJ9 +&»)-" 
Chamunda ©$q§5>©ia©ift<s1 9© f i— 

An incarnation of Goddess Durga. 

[ 3— ©§ 6 qg oiciQ $Qt aqs^ 901a ©ft 

gQI^L^WQ <l@ Old G9IQ2I8— ogl- 93 a. | ] 

qeflfia— TO. 9. ( ST- ©#©G©^-@. «OTI©Q; 5T- 05h 

Chamell G©S}, «G«WI— G£3l6C1£l©g ; 6W© 

tfwft »0«Q ©G*W flQQ $g$gi afc g$© 

A*, ^&^ft «r. ©ia ©i© }— qiq ersa — 

3. ©19— ©IQ, ©ftG©©, Catalianor Spanish 

©^■©G© 1 ^, ©GH'SI Jasmine; Jasminum 

Grandiflorium, 

[ g— <9I S?©1Q WO qjefl; q.1G0QGQ <9\ 

j g©i©, aai— ilQl 6 QQQ® \ <3 <*fit© a<2>© a© SJ^ 

<$ qa© 1 qScoq^l-4 Mi© ai«9L 9IQ WQQ ©Q 

g©|§© G©Q G]|Q ©qSI-C 1 < CIS© 04 09l©l© I 

ol<a 6 9^1 Q€© <ig© ek* act; aaft^a flsra < 

QQ €$ai<3; O ©Q ©CKS£© giG© QIG© ?l©«i QSO I ] 
«I8 — G9. 9. (?f. ^©)— ©9«t. 6 «B AS© ©«T©© ©S!^ 

Champa qgs^sjgc© oo6wioai<i)-— 

The stem from which the cocoanut 

and areca-nut fruits hang down from 

the bunch. 

«WI9 9$ «S5Q 9|@ 9iQS^ 

Sfl^i— SW. (sai»a©) $ — (©§>«8©s) ffjc ©a*© qi$9I- 

ChampibS ( a cocoanut tree J To bring forth 

a new bunch of flowers. 


gG#q— s. §. ( ©&i=GQa©Ga9+WGa ^ )— 

Champeya ^ | o^|£TQ — 

1. The Ohampaka flower, 

3 I ©IGCW* GJfift— 

2, The NSgeswara flower. 
m-\ q|— 3. Gold. 

* 1 §8% 6©a©— 

4 Pollen or slender filaments of flowers. 
qqi— W9. 3— 0GS1I9© 0I9I« 9^G© «fio^i ©fl®l -C^ Q§ 
ChayaS Ql<3^ p|© GQ©I a© — The right-hand- 
side of a two-sided drum and the sound 
produced by striking it. 

[ §-aG«5iifi© ^i«iai« ©floi 4 ©§d© ^©%g^i 
©^9 t ] 

Char dabal 0l€i9©Si — Four times as much. 

q^Qfli— g$G9. 5. ( n. q$\§ w^=©§ef wsi ) — 

Charsama Qa©i© — Wednesday. 

^*W [ 3— qaaflicfliG© €)6>©i©oi^ 3919 

^T^R^MT^ €itii§ I q0QiQ qgi9© GQ^ 8WW- 

qQ — e. ©. ( ©9 ai^=Qq© ©ftQi+q©. ® )— 
Chara v I ©Q; 51SI©— 1. Motion; course 
> I ©^©— 2. Binding. 
^ I ( +213; « ) ©)^©l©— 3. Prison. 

* 1 ( +©9 a ) saa— 

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4. Chain; fetters; bond. 

* i( +©^. ?i ) q$Q ©<g— 

5. Prepared poison; artificial poison. 
9 I 39WITO — 6. Messenger. 

9frQQCQ C^Q G$69 <1 ©QiQ— Q». C9C0<iil€»Oiq I 

9 r(QQ+9lCgfa) qg©©— 

7, A spy; a secret emissary, 
r 1 ^©G©!© ( GQ3 ) — 

8. Charakoli ( See ) 

siol go<9. aaegfli 1 

N. © ( 5T. ©© ai%)— ^ 1 q© eoioia^GQ Qia- 
©ft©i qe9%loiwr q^^t ©ag^ ©<s»i 
G9iq^©i Am qi ^j$; qq — 

1. Scaffolding raised for masons and 
labourers working in high buildings. . 


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9io geiQ qqiiq €&oiq9i aipggo ai9i©«T 

§9 — 2, Temporary inclined plane for 
lifting building materials to the roof of 
a high building during its constructioD. 

* I Q&39 Q09G9Q ^QJ $9$ ©a 991 TOIGfl 

Q^iaiQ?|9l aififQI© Ql Qlt— -3. Water, 
channel constructed on a high ground 
to convey water for irrigation to 

distant fields. 

••v 1 G©i9 $1 ©1© 01Q GWiaicf 00 ai-a^asi 
aiflift 99391 910 91 9K$a 49 ©1 fijacQ 

€1QG9G» ^1©^^ G99l01Gf a©9|CIGQ 
9«l WIQ^I 9191—4. A temporary 
contrivance consisting of long bamboos 
or planks laid across a deep channel 
and a side-railing. 

# I 9I2ST TO 9«GQ 99lQ9l fi||9i; %Q — 
5. Bait strewn in water to attract fishes 

(for angling). 

The number 4. 

<qQ9— ST. Q. ^° ( «Q ai $ 30f*^ ai^=^oqQ9i + 

Charaka q$. SIQ^ GS Oq<3 ) — ^ i CGliq£WK>; 

GQiaiG>9 — 1* ^ keeper or tender of 

cattle; a cowherd or shephered. 

( saai — €«»»«»> s«iQ9 i ) 
j i (9i9+«Gef. Q> aqioaa ( wet )— 

2 Piyala tree ( See ) 
m | q$ — 3. Embankment, dam. 

v I Q©— 4. Motion 

^Q -691©— 69. 9 (*• 0!€ > 6 C * IQ ) §SP Q ~ ( G9«) - 
Chara koli Piyala \ See ) 

qQOfl*— 5T- 9 ( ^^L«i oi9-seo9+oa» )— ^91— 

ChSrachakshuh A king ( whose spies are 

his eyes, i, e, who sees every 
thing through his spies.) 

^99 (Q9hI9»— €^€9. 9'. ©— ( Q*- Otf )— 

Charaj (etc) -Oltf Q«*I9 ^G9«)— 

grca ' 


q9«— e. 9 ( 9§ aifc. SJ© v =oiQ ai%+9<§. ao )— ■ 

Charana * | §j$ ; J&9QI09 — 1. A herald; a bard. 
-> ! Q% — 2. A dancer; actor. 

* I GQ9G&IIP9G3g; 699ai£|9— 3. A class of 

aereal beings or divine singers. 

aasj aa qs cqisj ga°to i $$sf<&- awao. cow i 
v I ytfsi^EMOQ — 4. A reader or reciter 

(of religious works), 

4. A class of Rajputs who used to incite 

warriors to action in the battle-field 

by reciting stories of illustrious 

warriors. 

fQl^lftlQ^QG^©0 Q^Gft I ] 

* It + Qp. «») CGI% #9^03091— 

5. Tending cattle. 

6. Pasture; grazing ground. 

9 I 9iq4IQ ( Q^Q9IQ >— 7 - Prison. 

Charana Poar annas. 

Charani Four anna-piece. 

Charania Worth four annas each. 

b|H|fr*lt 

qQ<g^-^, 3— (q»q9 9&u ^Q+9%) - 4^ ^' 9 0( 5r 

Charadrushti ^|g GQSOGWQ WW Cl5f9i — 

Getting information of the kingdom 

and of the outside world through 

messengers and spies. 

[ 5j— q©MGa oiQ aoiQ G<?ei §G9aQ ?w 
^99 9Qfi); <i Saw giolQQift^OQ'a^e I ] 

qQQIQ— GQ. S— OIQaigtfl (G9«> 

Charapai Charipahia (See). 


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eo cciiogq rasv <r qaiewc® » flS9,.GQ^?cg? era qiq s»»efl ©tfa 9ff30 > ?i ^ ©£© ^ vi flwiqs o© GOie<?i<l gs<?i sat— 


qqaiQI^^S^ ( flftW ) 9-~9lSGSt» 91 qftWOGQ 
Charamachancju «t®6Q QSIQ €«WI 9lfQ ©%2i 

25g|Q — The 4tb stroke in a 
game of marble. 
OIQfllQ— 91. 9- OIQ {i 6 ->) <6Q«) 

Charamara Chara (1 and 2) (See). 

9IQ — G^GQ. 5 (01. ©1091—Btaa, $3|£$, «KJ)— 
Chara <. | €l§ ; g«|— 1. Power. 

Efal <3TO OiQ qq ft I?— QMKfW, GOTO I 

STTtT 3 I Sjara — 2. Means; expedient; alternative; 

help; resource; resort. 

age* G9IQ Q^iaiQ «i§ ot «v« — gai&ia» QQgai i 
m I g©?aiQ—3. Bemedy; redress. 

* I 3IWh— 4. Help. 

G9. 9 (e. OQ ai$> —v i swraiflgl; shqh^iq — 

1. Provisions; victuals. 
*> | 9©§Q GatS- — 2. Bait for fishes. 

* I ©SQGj 9S>§ a^Q! f|K»$ fllfiW fc GQQSKj Q * 

$iq aGqeiQ qq artiQPi. ,9fle^ oiSgq 

QG>|99I flftQI Qt QQQQqjai — 3. Small balls 

prepared of various powdersstrewn on 

water to attract fishes to a place where 

an angler wishes to angle. 

£q„ qq| Cfl$ r flaiQQI n$ cj QQ 910 sio GCIISIO 

aiasiGQ gqqcq a?> ©i9t a©g9i gi^aQ^i ] 

tf*t v I flS^WIQQI Gat fl©l; «©— 4. Seedlings 
SfaMfc * I Ggt OS — 5. Plant; young tree. 

<S>IQ Oft— 69. 9-V I Gglt CIS— 
Chara gachha 1. A young^tree. 
BWW? > I G3Q «lfi GS£ GOSH $« ©It— 

q^SjT 2. Plant. 

siqflia— «. S— S^W* sis eia'ft— 

Chara machha Fry of fishes. 

©IQ— GQ. §. ( 3* ©ftQ )— 

Chari Q$8 $<S«il — The number 4. 

5t<1, &tftl G9. 9^1 — v $«M> — Numbering 4 


G[€J€08— G9. 9. (e. Q$G*9)— ^ I 9Q 9^fi?Q 3QiQ 
Chariakhi qifllOQIQ 91 GQtIGQ?— 
b)4tbN 1. A face-to-face meeting; meeting of 
31* f€hiK two persons ( i. e. 4 eyes). 

aoo S91Q e^QaS, S9^^ © »qq g«1— 
S 1 ^jcji —2. God Brahma. 

* i ^QaQ'9^* ^Q^; siQasj 9i9aiG>©i — 

3. Insight ( looking in front and behind ); 

utmost carefulness. 
69. 9rt— «*$«£« (69«) 
Chariakhia (See) 
qQ«08ffl— 6Q.§dl— 1 I StQGCilS ®§ 99^-™ 

Chariakhia 1. Four-eyed; having 4 eyes. 

&t^5t\ > 1 TOfll — 2, Very careful and con. 
arf^rPC siderate; having a deep insight into 

things. 

* I aS!Q$ 6Qf Spl (9Q M) ™" s * ( two persons) 

Having met face to face. 

€9. 6?~<. I 4OT»9a fl!S (€Q«) 

1. Chariakhia machha (See) 
^ t 9gl — 2. <xod Brahma, 

* i ftafli^sr ^gq <iQg^iQ g«»— - 

3. A kind of game amongst boys. 

Si@l9GQ ^Q2AG9 SIOH 9QA1SO GQ€l Ql Of il«§ <§ 
©I q^GQ €eil8 G9^ G>iq 9^©9»ig QQ§ I] 

q«a9fli ma— go. ^— «a^ -Qca«i; ^q^oiaSI qia- * 

Chariakhia machha A kind of fish having 
(EtW^M^FJJfl**^ 2 projecting eyes (mis- 
taken for 2 additional eyes) 
Aspidoparia marar. 

q€J«fl9 flOI(€O)Q0l— €9. ^— O^QflGWIi feQO^ 
Chariakhi mila(e)iba QQSQQ q9Kg GQI9I — 
et^C^t^ C^^t^ (2 persons) To meet face to face. 

^€jai© S€ll(G€l)Q9l— G9. $~ QfipS 80IQ9I (€Q«)- 
Chariakhi misa(e)iba Chariakhi milaiba (See)f 


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ffftWtil, Sfaftf 1. Every side; all aides; all quarters. 

a«9 QQlfliefta© gois 99 — $sa 9*svigQ«.9$ i 
? I %Q $§£[ — 2. All matters; everything. 

Chari uttara sahe One hundred four. 

qQ9$l— GO. 0«— 699GQ 6© ( OS 91 Q9«1 ffC9 )— 

Charikanta Accurately weighed (not more 

bt^ft>t nor less) in the scale. 

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QiejQlQ — CO. (OIQCQIil OlOSQ a«3Q$ o^qoiqi)— 
Charikata -> 91© 6 * C«I9; 919GOi9 — 

The extended arms and legs. 

( aai— e« oiwio q&ia gsiqs 1 ) 

CO. 0«— ^Q 9IO ^Q €419 fiWQgoi 01 OglQ 
9Q?lOI (0**^) — ( a person ) With the 
arms and legs extended on the ground. 

QIQQIO— CO. «^— ^ I 9Q ©« Om§ €J?qQ! <9S£j)— 
Charik&na I. Heard by 4 ears (i.e. only by 

Sft^ft 2 persons). 

5 I S«l* GOIQftOI (OS 931)— 
2. Divulged (secret j. 

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Charikona €©1^ — The four corners ( of a nouse 

m&rt or field -> 

^€jeo»aaT— co. w ( *. oslc*i« ) oiQGoi««flqi— 

Charikonian Quadrangular; square. 

oiqaioi-go. e— 60$aie a§ a$ gcieoiogoio^ 

Charikhana €©e^€H — Checkered cloth; check. 
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Cbvnkhani (siai— ©0*39, age, cioe 6 qq?)-- 

5t3*ttft l.The created beings consisting of 4 

grNnfo classes e.g. born of womb(ma», beast), 

born of eggs (reptiles and birds), born 


of sweat (insects and l maggots) and 
born of the earth (trees etc.) 

a^q — 2. The four quarters of the globe. 


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I fa. OSfi+fllO) gs©9 * osigq qOI QIQ 

eoif 3§$> Slfif— $. The 4 sacred places of 

the Hindus in the 4 quarters of India. 


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* I oiaqgi «S©a f ocpQi, criQsfl <i oiaq)— 

5. Four languages* 

faai— 6<a oiQ«iie aaa i) 

^^ qq — QO§a— Of 4 kinds; consisting of 4 

elements. 

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aiQqoi OS** «WiO ( <®Q 0, C9 ^t 

aeh^ 0^9©^! 9S^ 5iy oic^qeog m- 

i3IQ O ?iQ ) — 1. A privilage granted 
" to a favourite of the Mahomedan 
emperors in ancient India ( viz. he 
would not be punished for committing 
murder to the maximum of four, 

^ i (ffcaaia') coM 9^©iqq oi^ oiqt^ aogo- 

Ulp%€Ooi §»a^ a^S?!0—2. Any special 

privilage granted to the favourite of 
a powerful person, 

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Charikhunta 6 CJ?)— I. The four quarters of 
5t^<% * the S lobe » 

q««§i— siGO. (fi««i) o— ^eaeiQ e^ gsq ; ^lcoq 

CharigandS G«ia— A kind of in-door game 

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G9. §6 3tfl (gfl«il9l99) — CaitteeiHl — Sixteen. 
^fcSl— G9. 9 (3- ©^tftfJ-G^q^^TOQ — - 
Chariguha Pour times. 

SfcWl £9. §>«3— * I Q^q^te — 1- Fourfold; 

grt*wr; ■cfljl^l multiplied by four. 

? 1 SlOtSIP — 2. Excessive. 
€9. $. ©SI— * I 9^i«S€i— J- Four times. 
) I a©iW OftflieieQ— 2- Excessively. 

«20q«iJ— €9. «?fl (xr- q^%!«)— ©s^fa— 

Charigupa Four times as much of; 

5fa<gcf| " fourfold. 

Chari gordia 1. Having four legs. 

'l. (a persos) Crawling with the 2 hands 

and 2 knees. 
£9. §— *. I ©$f3> ©fi&— 1. Quadruped. 

QI^Qa QIQ^Ql 9§ — 2 A punishment 
formerly given in village-schools con- 
sisting of an offender remaining in a 
crawling posture for a long time. 
w I 60191, G«I%*W q$ Sl9_6£OlQ 9Q99I — 
3. (beasts) Running on all fours. 

^QQ^fc ® — €9. W— SK & ft ®< q ft *Q. qQC*^l»QTQ 
Chari ghantia £Q» «si qi *.°£! 01% «tl aA$ 
913 ©Q9I (<3©)— (the system) Of work- 
ing for wages from 10 A. M. till 4 P. M 

instead of working morning and 

evening. 

-q^Sr qQe@ — €9. 3S>— QiQOtiiaie. saeg— 

Chadnki charihen All the four persons. 

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^§93$— €9. M, ( e. ©§* + 9%3.)— «tflO^G^« — 

Cha richauka Square . 

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919 — A turn of the dice or cowries 


resulting in the turning np of the 

number 4, 

Charichaukasa 1 Fully equipped or dressed. 

tJ|+4H 2- Very cautious (person). 

* » flIQ <$© %GQ CiQ»l G^iQ ^<^l G9IQ^QI — 

3. Very tightly tied or bound, 
v I <ao WQ% ( 9Hg )— 

4. V^ry strong ( person ). 

* I cQ^Qj QJQGffl;— 5 Able; capable. 
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6. Versed in many arts. 

9 I a«SQ 9G£r 9#J %6Q CflO eil^g.91 ( 9§r 
gq )— 7. ( two things ) Completely 

tallying or coinciding with each 

other. 

8. Fully ready or prepared. 
q€J9^0l— €9*. 9— <9g9IQ Q6}Q GSQ — A kind of 
Ch^richauka game played with 4 cowries. 

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qQ9^Q€|— C9. ©^1- ( e- 9%_Q6 9%Q^ ) — 

Charichaurasa t. | G3^ G9§)Q €^€)fl9 gflOfi; 

■bl«b&W gqOQ— 1. ( a plot ) Which is level on 

ifl«H all sides. 

5 I QQ (-CAP ) — 2. Square. 

q€)9fl^( QOT9 )— €9- 9. 6 W— €W*iq Q©il9 (G9«D 
Charichakshu ( etc ) ChSriakhi etc (See) 

q€J099l— 69. Q— «^Q9Q9I ( G9«t ) 

Charichabaka Charichauka ( See ) 

^QS9«I— £|IC9. (OfflflJ 9— €^Q99t 9R^GQ G^OiSQI 

Charichema <3g Q91Q G«|Q — An indoor game 

played by the players alternately 

throwing 4 cowries on the ground. 

^Q Ofl- - W. «>— ^ I 9l€l e«i9 ^g— I- Four men. 
Chari jan a ^ I <Q^ $39% €Q£S ©« 9H§— 

bi^M 2. Some men sitting together. 

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3. A few men. 


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Charijanian 1. Capable of being done by 
blfl«r*i 4 men. 

^R^KjfeJtaT (aai — qeegtef ww 1) 

J I «lQ9i§0' 9«Wiq«a ^€163©— 

2 Intended for the use of 4 persons. 

«ai— qo©8a qpaQ) 
* 1 qa Q^giq w<i (aiow) — 

3. ( a conveyance ) Drawn or carried by 

4 persons. 

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Charijama Very strong. 

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Charijama SQIGQ aj 9%S>a«> €9W» ©§G^I« 
St^^fSTi 2flg,Q«9Ga , a — Quilted saddle; padded 
^TCSUm saddle. 

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Chari chaukasa ^See) 

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CharitS 1 ■ Jour in number. 

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grca^ 2. Four o'clock (A. M. or P. M.) 

6Q. 9^1— <• I qQ. TOiQ — 1- Numbering four 
<M flfiWWQj 9MI©1 — 2. A little; a few. 
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Charitula 1. Happy in every respect. 
-> l-Qfi (GQW) — 2 - Ful1 (meal). 
^q« — a. (os^+SiaGQ a)— < 1 OQtfj W©— 
Charitra 1- Character; nature. 

j 1 qo&Qiae en^Q ( §. soqiciq )— 

2. Family-custom 
Movements; mode of life 


4. Relinquishment of the world by the 

Jainas. 

Charitrabinaya ( g. a©^l«!Q )— 1. Humility; 

humbleness of character. 

' I SfliqQi CSIOOi ( 9- €IP9IQQ )— 
2. Civility; etiquette. 
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Charitra Tamarind fcree^ 

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Charitrya Charitra ( See > 

qQQqdQil— GQ. 9«a— 91919 ffgiQG.9 G©?«3 Sliqi- 

Chari daurcli kata 9^9 Q|g ; saj^iQ vt^ec* 

SflGg, fl^aasj qi G9 e^isi a?) eSqal 

G9IQa© — One who has no worldly ties; 
to tie him down to the world; freed 

from worldly ties. 
qQQlfl— G9G9. gi. 9. ( eri. ^qoiai )— 

Charidama qQ©|51l ( G<5« ) — Charijama ( See > 

^€J0€J — €^. Q. ( ^- OQQQ ) — 93% ^ «^9 3<31l — 
Charidasa The number 14. 

GQ. ft^l — O^cSa Wi© — 14 in number. 

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Chari paisa 1. Four pice.. 

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?TCq93T . 2. Some money. 

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Chari pahar a Ql^QQ — Throughout the whole 
5t?l<2l5^ day; the whole day long 

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Chari pa One seer ( weight ). 

aq-r-Full; complete- 


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©i€) aiQ£0 -gq. 9— c^aiga ( e^«i ) 

Chari pSia Charipahia (See) 

«iq aio— e$. q— 6©«i, Qcpai, <?ig<sa 6 etiqsO o§ 

Chari patha ^q §j<g| g$| — Learning of the 4 

5f3*f& languages ( formerly prevalent in 

" -^TCftp^lT Orissaj e. g. Oria, Bengali, Persian 

and Debanagari ). 

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^1$ a!S*l^£0— 6Q- Qtf— QQQ QIJa^Q Sflef— Able to 
Chari paharclia do anything and every thing. 

Chari pahia t i Q|s©q© 89 oft Q\ filfSfl — 
BtWfal, 5fa*Ml 1 . Charpoy; a movable bedstead. 
srP?n*n; -Wll* ) I ©q© — 2. Chair. 

(qejBKN— Wi^fl) * I GUfc €S$fit 91 G9&; ^ft— 

3, Small table; Stool. 

*QIQ ffQ— CQ- 9A l *. Q§8 + ro, ff»Q )— GQQ* 

Chari phalg ®QQ\Q 9| §QGQ *t £TQ 91 MS 2>i« - 

5t^F«Tl ( a clasp knife) Having four bladea; 

^TTi^rT four-bladed. 

(qwenai — Wi%a) 

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Chari phulia ( cloth ) Having hems with floral 

designs in 4 lines. 

^QTO €D€1— 6^?. ©.— llQfl<l©MI 600— 1. Full 
Chariphuli aga one Bisa in weight. 

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In full measure. 

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Charibhainka kandhare jiba q© ^Wl 

1. (figurative) To die. 
S I 9<3 asSi aatill Q9 v ©« ^q 9i gQigi^ 

2. To be carried on the shoulders of one's 
four kinsmen to the cremation -ground 

after one's death. 
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Chari bhit GOf^^GQ; OIQ^GO— All around; 
on all sides; in every direction. 

qsat— $. v. (oi%+^9ieTeQ oas;; ^a. ^9^ giq^j)- 

Charima ^ | ©iq,©|; egjc?0i— 1. Beauty. 

J I Qft®** — 2. Charm; sweetness. 

Chari matha g»| — Brahma. 

q€}!l<5i -gq. q. («r- osfl«)— g§i— 

Charimukha God Brahma. 

Chari harita Eour sides; all sides. 

Chari Q|g Wandering; walking. 

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e..^. q:— ^ i aQiQ cfei ( fi. «fi?qi«Q )— 
1 Infantryman; foot soldier. 

* i 3q<3) qc? ( g. aQgiciQ )— 

2. The pervading element in a sentiment 

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3. A particular part of dancing. 

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Cham i t AG9I90; 1QQ— 1. Agreeable ; beautifu] ; 
(€^fl*— $1) pleasing; lovely; handsome; elegant. 

2. Sweet. 
* I 39mQ — 3. Peculiar; particular. 
v | agiaiQgl — 4. Extraordinary. 
ST. ©— -t I $98© — 1* Bruhaspati; the preceptor 

of the Gods. 
;i'^9«l99q— 
2 The son of Srikiushna by EukminL 

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» I Olgl9-*3. Saffron. (Apte). 

G9. 9—* I Ol^aiSf (G9«) 

1. Charupani (See) 

•> I ft!) q$?s^9*ia9l ff|9— 
2. A name given to males. 
G^QI$— 3. 9. (9da.i 5 OI$+9t§)— fl9*h— 
CharukSnti Beauty; grace. 

ST- 9tf. £T 6 %1. (9g£l8)— 3Q9 5 Q9tfiflq— 

Graceful; beautiful. 

^%G9€IQ— 3- 9— 9(S!9qai (€<$«) 

Cbarukesari 1. Nagaramutha (See) 

> 1 cwasrp (G9«) 

2. Sebati flower (See) 

^qpi— sr. 9. (oi%+q9iew 90—1 icSIflA— 

Charuta 1. Beauty; elegance, 

(9l%g— 89m%Q) A I flwq- 2, Sweetness. 




Charudarsana G9§9|§_ g 0Q __ 

(Qiq^dbl — %1) Good-looking; graceful; lovely, 

qqwiqi— e. 9. $. (Qt%+aiTO=gi©. TO r)— 

ChSrudhama aol* Q§0$— Wife of God Indra- 

Charudhara su )— g©^ Qga^l— 

1. Wife of G~od Indra. 
> l (©&i ; oiq^+aig) ?aG«W9Qg9i9 — 
2. Charming current. 
$. 9^1. (tfcl)— A69I99 g9l9qg (OQl)~ 
(river) Having a charming current. 

9f^9qQ-^ 9«. §•■ ( 9^Q1§. ©|£ + gq© )_ 
Charunayana gi^jG) a§ ^q. oig» €Q§) _ 

9l%9^ffl 7 ^ Having beautiful eyes. 
9l^9qci J "* «f. €>— q€|— Deer. 

9I^G9«-e. Q 6 Qtfl— V I ei^jO (gq«) 
Charunetra 1. Charunayana (See) 

©iqp9pi 1 , ^ i si^Gq^Gag— 

Ol^GO^l J * 2. Name of a heavenly nymph. 

©I99«K-V. 9. %1-(^5l@ ; 9l%+a4 + ^. < W 
Charuparri^i a^gi© GQ§T9i^ <k?Q ) — 
a«W%tfl1 Q9t (G9S; 
Pasaruai creeper- (See) 
OI%9(9— SfG$ (Glglfl) 0— fllCI9«B9CQ9i9fogqo© 
Charupani qpq, ag6 qQ^QQqg qi<^ Q€€( g ( <9| ^ 
qogGCfGQIQIQ filiagJ^A tasteful acid 
drink prepared for being taken with 
•boiled rice in Madras presidency. 
Ol^ST©!— 8\ Q. (P^Qlgj ©l^+TO + %1. n) — 
ChSruphala gisiQ©^ a^ QQ-Vine, 

q^©i«gp. 9 ^ ^l(9§gg i Q«fc+9& + i ni— 
ChSrubardhanS ^lGQ9— Woman. 

q%Q9l— *. ?«. %\ (9?9lg; OI^+QO+^l. a)— 
Charubrata aj ^©g,g ^ *I9«^0«0Q« gQ 9( 
(%!}— ( a woman) Observing fast for a 

whole month. 
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Charusila «tg — 1. A beautiful piece of stone. 

9 I fl3; Q§— 2- Gem. 

Charusila t, I 393§l9Qffsj| — 1* Of lovely dis- 

(OiqplOl— g,1) position; good-natured. 

3 I $©€!$; qato— 2. Of good conduct-, of 

good morals. 

* I OCI3SIQ- CKfalQlQ^ — 3. Amiable; modest; 
good-mannered| of gentle manners. 
q$€l1«OI~S. § (q^alft-r-SjQ. Ql)— ^9lO«l— 
CharusiItS Modesty; elegance o£ manners; 

good manners. 

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CharuhasI 91919 q« 9WI 91*19$; 63 q9?S? 

(c^lSffl— %1) 99 9G$j WJ«— ^ Having a smiling 

face or countenance^ smiling modestly; 

with enchanting or enrapturing smiles 

on the face. 

Heqsi— gi. 9 6 9<a (asrcqaW—qasi (6Q«i )— 

Charota ChSrita ( See ) 

(OI%SI— TOHqW 

Charchchaka Qq^ — Proficient in the recital of 
(©|Sqi— %1) the Vedas. 

Charchchikya *. | qq*q|. afifCQ OQW GS*aQ — 

1. Besmearing the body with scented 
pastes or ointments. 

> I GRQ — 2. Liniment; plaster, 

% ( s(— G9G9. 9(Q°)— t 1 aaq&l 9i§ $aro ««|Qao ai& 

Charj QQ9I 3QG£11CI— 1. Charge framed against 
5l^f an accused. 

2. Charge of an office. 

• I QW\% CQfaS 9g,Q StQMQ QQ — 

3. Custody. 

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Charj kariba miq| QassQ aaqaQ gais g& g$ 

d^tfl aaqal qisgq aiftcaja &§9<$> »Q9i — 

sffaSFRHT ( a Court ) To frame a charge 

against an accused. 


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Charj deba agtfi gjaeQ©^ Q&J ^Q «dia 9Q9I — 
^iWf^^Tl To make over charge. 

Charj neba Ci9S>qg 9*i§ WQ QjQ 99^1 Oft91— 
t?i^*l«^ri To take over charge from the 

^TTST^RT former incumbent, 

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^HoSrap^^ 1, Charge-sheet, 

-> 1 99©g§ ©tfqq q.qog w^^cjoi^ q^ 

2. List of items taken charge of. 
Charj bujha\e)iba Charj debS (.See). 

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Ol^lfll— 6§€Q. © — ^€l»tP! (G9«l) 

Charjama ChSrijama (See). 

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Charbanga 9) — 5ai9IQ*l£1° 91 €I^Q^QQ 6 G9ISQ - 
(^0*1 — CI) Having a soft, graceful and well- 
proportioned body and limbs. 

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Charbaka q^iQ ) — i | Q|§go| 91 afflAWIQ- 

g©ai^Q QaoamctiQi q8©c«— 

1. Name of a sage; the propounder 

o£ the materialistic or atheistic 

system of Hindu Philosophy name 

of a sophistical philosopher 

of ancient India. 

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; I gsq^SQ^I — 2. Name of a demon who 
was engaged by Durjodhana to assass- 
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Charbaka darsana g©£llQ© QefosiWGaS-— 

The system of atheistic or materialistic 

Philosophy propounded by sage 

Charbaka. 

q?i— gi69- ( WWS ) w. <l°-o^9i— 

Charba Currish. 

ChSrbi Beautiful; of charming appearance; 

£tQ no handsome (female). 

1 A handsome damsel, 
9 \ q6©s$r agl— 

2. The wife of the Hindu G-od of wealth. 

* i Gaiq ; ^9 j aq— 
■ 3. Beauty; charm; lustre. 

is | 60*191 — 4- Moon-light. 

* I $§—5. Intelligence 

$ I ©i%9ffi*n ( «. s©sita© ) — 
6. A kind of wild turmeric. 

§l€Q. («VMQ) W- il -OI99I— 

Currish; snappish. 

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Charma * i ©a SHfllq— 

1. Relating to the skin. 
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over with leather. 

qflffl— 3- M. ( ofo + a )— 

CharmaD.a ©s$©^$ ©SIQ^S-— 

(fi^Wl — ^1) Covered with skin. 

g. ©— ©$399 — A multitude or number of 
** hides. 

qSfo— *. 9<a- ( ©3+s>QQ * ^ 9, S «ceT» o )— 

Charmika 1 I Qd©3©— 

1. Leathern; made of skin. 

? 1 ©tf ©HOSiql — 
2 Dealing in hide or leather. 

OlSfl— e. ©• ( ©9€}+S9?ief€Q. a )— , 

Charmina . ©|Gj-Sl§ © ©§©Q©— A number of 

warriors armed with leathern shields. 

oiQ— w. ©. ( e. o« 6 ©Q ai9; «r. «w )— 

Chal t I e^QI^Q; q'Q; S3I — 

5t^l 1. Custom; usage. 

^T5* ^ I ashia — 2. Habit. 

■ ■» 1 gtfilftflj 01^0 aiq— 

3, Method; manner; course of action. 

w I ©h99I© 5 2JOQ6! — 

4. Conduct; treatment; behaviour. 
* I $SP* ©€14? — S. Character. 

9 \ COfa» — 6. Skill; dexterity. 

s> 1 era; 9o© — 

7. Tactics; tactful movement. 
r 1 ©a©; aO; ^~- 

8. Movement; motion; course. 

« I fclQtij ©9^ ©G 9 — 9. Mode; manner. 

a©*i 'S©^ ©I©© — 10. A move of the 
play-balls in a game of chess or dice* 

kk\ gqi©6© ©«^ <%Q 91 fl«»1— 

11. Mode of living. 
t9 i go©©— 12. Currency; use. 
( S32JI — .0 6QQG© 816$^ 9^H aw Olfi^Qlg ) 
^* I OOt; 9* 13* Fraud; trick, 
iv t ©l<aq— 14 Cleverness; trickery. 

©ISJOQa— GQ. 0— OI«»3-( 6<3"fil ) 
Chal chalana " Chalcmani ( See ) 


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Chal chalani 1. Conduct; deportment. 

tfff|]59TH > I Qh©9I€1— 2. Behaviour. 

■aMnH H <* 1 ^9; ©Q3 — 3, Character, 

oifiiOao laQHoa 4 ' Custom - usa £ e 

©i&i©G)2i ) 5. Intercourse; communion. 

9 I SffG*' — 6. Connection. 

9 I SlfllftGQ ©Wl — 7- Social intercourse. 
©!^€>IQ©I— W. S — V I TO W G©te©G<9 ©lA 
Chal chaliba ©€}©! — 1. To move tactfully. 

st*^n (saai— €« gs« seer ©ift ©iae i ) 

■fallW l' WH T J * S>S% aQ$GQ Q©©l — 

2. To go on with a particular mode 

of life. 

<jq©— . Q ICQ ( SWWW) © ( e- OIM; SL». ft. OM; 
Chalni QSM)— : OI%«1— Sieve. 

^ifij©iQ,— ess©, w ( @. ©i%fert, ©i© ) — 

Chalbaj ^ I Gtffaftl; OW!p— 

^RtW 1. Crafty; artful; plotting; machinating; 

373313 tactician. 

(qWWfl— Q) -> I g©9©~ 2- Fraudulent. 

q«J— ST. © (09 8|^~9gl©©Q©l, .««" ©$©!+©& a ) 

Chaia t 1 qqq $ss>9 aa©iq©flTO— 

5t*T 1. The sloping thatch of a house. 

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? I ©£id©Q MI9I©© — 

2. Reed-covering of a thatched -house. 

» 1 ei&Qttal; 3&>9 asl.(g. s©sn©Q) — 

3. The blue jay. 

* I ( + $!©. «) ©«Q91»©I — 

4. The state of being movable. 

^ft a§— gic© («9©i©) ©—©33 a^oo^ SJMWl 

Chaia-Stu aKMTOI GQIQSI^ QQ«1 S»|— A double- 
thatched house of which the mud- 
thatch is sloping towards both sides. 

^qq — e. 9. qr (©a ai%-8©-— «p ai^+©(|. to)— 

Ch5]aka 1 \?q\q QQ\q$\ ^§— 

(e^OQI - 3,1) 1. The driver of a vehicle. 


> 1 aQq,Qp 5 ©§iQaiQQ— 

2. Superintendent; guide. 

3. Conductor of a machine. 
"* I GOOl — 4. Leader. 

* I 9© 9flJ — 5- A mad or infuriated elephant. 

6 . An elephant which does not mind the 

goad. 

Q<$©€) Qg^QQ §qi (g. as?aigQ)- aiQ©t-- 

.7. A significant movement of the hands 

of a dancer to gracefully express the 

sentiment of ths song. 

3. M. *•— cyaGOKb G9 OfiK — Conducting; 

driving; guiding; causing to move, 

1. Employing charm or black art against 

a person. 
( aai— Q% aqpqL^Q »Q© 1 ) 

2* Irritating; exciting; inciting, 

q«n>9 ©q^i — e^.-5*— ^ » GV?^? 9^^% qoitQ ©W 

Chalaka kariba Ql Qfl QQQI 9QIG9 ©191 3© fl^- 

£IQ 3G^i3 9€)G>l — 1. To employ charms 

against a person to bring him under 

control or to madden him. 

2. To tease or provoke by words. 

qQO aai(G€l)Q«»l— GQ- §— ^QO ©QQI 1 ( G9« ) — 
Chalaka laga(e)iba Chalaka kariba 1 (See) 

q»%©— 9IGQ (aw*©) 9™ Gj;»©1f ( G9« )— 

Chalakur^i Chalitati ( See ) 

qo<4ft— «• 9 ( ©Ifl ) — 6§>4tiQ qsidfti i agigQ as?- 

ChSlakuilda g|^g 9iq^Q 9^?; ©Sl©!^> ( Q. €tS^ 

giQQ) — The Chilka lake lying in 

• the districts of Puri and Ganjam. 

qouai— giGQ (c<w?caqs) ©— ©4ioa gs% ^Qiewa— 

ChSladhua Erythrena Suberosa; a thorny 

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1. Causing motion ; moving a thing. 

> i ( aoq9 «09 ) &©g$8 <aqQ9l — 2. Brisk 
exercise; moving to and fro; brandishing. 

w i aSlGljTO— 3. Management. 

v i G«MQ9lj SlSiftff — 

4. Movement; ventilation. 

* I OtfSiCQ «««Q«>ij DG^IS QQ9I — 

5. Application* 

■ 9 I §^»IQ^I — 6. Loosening. 

9 I QQQ9I — ?■ Shaking; wagging. 
r I cy^S — 8. A sieve; a strainer. 

4 I ( + 09«a WO) ^GJ3gQ ©QQ QQ «3$l— 

9, Sifting or straining through a sieve. 

to I ei$;Qao CS. asaisio)— -" 

10. Movement; motion. 

Chalana «. 1 30GQI»9— 1- Agitation. 

3 I tafijOlftO— 2. Exercise. ; 

» I 0©l — 3. Practice; discussion. 
** 1 Q© — 4, Movement; moving 

* i ClO »qQQI — ^- Causing anything to 

move. 
9 I ©^O QStQlj 6>£|9C>. QQ^ftO— 
6. Guidance; regulation* 
9 I q.OOI; Sgl9 — 7 Hint; proposal. 

*<JOO— S. 9. tf (qaaiSL+OOa.ao + S) «)— q«j«1— 
Chalani Sieve; a strainer. 

qofliq— g f s>«s (o& a i^L- §f*>=qoai^+Q& «icaq ) — 

Chalaniya «, l €|P© GW1 caiCh— 1. Capable of 

being moved. 

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2. Fit to be sifted or strained. 

3. Fit to be loosened. 
Qfi $0 — GO. «-H ©Q$Qj 991 S2§9|. QflOIGStt — 
Chala bula 1. Coming and going. 

WlpM l J I 9«« — 2 - "Walking; walk. 

^ Chala" Thatch of a house. 


Chala C09>l) — G©Q; figi— Disciple. 

GO. 9 (3. ©SO)— OIQ (G9«i 
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Chalaka (etc) Cbalaka etc (Seei 

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Chalakia . Chalakia (See) 

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Chalakhi (etc) Chalaki etc (See) 

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Chalana (etc) Chalana etc (See) 

qflf — 60. © ^ O 1 *— OOSI (G9«l) 
Chalani Chalani (See) 

q&— go. o* (sr- q»)—^ 1 cat ^ft— 

Chali 1. A small thatch. 

<^T^T^T A house having one sloping thatch only; 

a thatched lean-to. 

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Chali V "l. Walking. 

^ 1 QflO Q€i9IQ <3Q— 2 - C- ait ; mode °^ 
walking; deportment. 

"" 1 OQQ GQ* — 3, Velocity.' 

v l aOQgl — 4. Conduct. 

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Chalia Cha]i (See) 

GO. w.— ( aoi a© sgq q§ GVia )— qft 01 

SaQ^Q — (used in compound) Thatched; 
having such or such a thatch. 

(aa*— ^oqoa, GOioiosfi, oi^ioiqsi i) 
oiftO— e- o«.— (°^ **iO# 8o+ofl. o)— ^ ( eoi©«- 

Chalita I. Caused to move; made to move. 


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5 I gJQlSJQ©— 2. Moved away, transferred. 

* I 2fl£®TO— 3 Agitated, stirred, 
v I e)gl$9— 4- Proposed. 

* I eioate© — 5. Exercised. 

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g9iQ gi9i$QgaiGw qo 9i Sqq— 
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q»©i— w. @. (*. 9© yi%. 3©=qiq at^ *9©9fQ 
Chaliba gtes^a) — t \ oi»g 9S*Q|; qq 9qQ9l— 
et^Tt^ 1» To move; to set in motion* 

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2. To excite; to incite'; to instigate. 
aol© esffia ©to GQQ3Q 9©qogq c*c©a©e — 

»wi% gcrlo i 
* I &)GQi$© 9<Q9I — 3. To stir up; to agitate, 
v I QQIQ9I; &Q1Q9I— 
4. To make angry; to irritate. 

<3G© aoe' ai©Q€Q i ©a« fl@£ q©GQ— 

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qqqI — 5. To help some one in accom- 
plishing a work, 
9 1 (1ft W, 3% ) 9QQ9I— 6. To shake 
from one side to another; to brandish, 
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G9G©MI£h©W— 7 - To help a person in 

need t 
r I §M<$Q9 9$9I> <3SIQ9| — 
8, To remove; to shuffle. 

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9. To move the chessmen on a chess- 
board or dice-board from one room 
to another according to the throw. 

<. c I (Gll§>, GQIQil 6 8^19) ^0© 9Q9I— 
10. To conduct or drive ( a conveyance or 

animal ). 

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QOIQ9I — 11. To circulate (some news). 
si»a esev ^* qQ g&oa — ss^ft. 9901 1 
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12. To madden or excite a person by the 

use of charms. 
t* I ( 918% ) -G<lBIQ9l; qifl9 6WGQ 919 flIQ 
6 a969iai G91S* 9IQ G1Q9§^ 9^91 — 
13. To cause a snake to move by 

exciting it 

q^©i — qq. 5 ^- oq ai^) — ^ 1 9© 9Q9i — 

Chaliba ^ i- To move. 

[ ooi(€»)Q9i— a©9q.a ] 2 To walk - 

8^ 'I 9^SQ QQ 9Q9I — 

3. To continue; to go on as bofore. 
v 1 q|Q| — 4. To happen. 

* I ( QlQi ) 0091; QQ^O© GWi — 

5. To be conducted or moved. 

9 I 9s9QIQGQ GH%Q\ — 

6. To be used or utilised. 

9 I eiGOICtTO QQOI —7. To come and go. 
r I QqQ96Q QIQ© G99I — 
8- To be laid along. 

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Chali jiba 1- To go by walking on foot; to 

bWll^Wl walk* 

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9CJ9I — To leave; to depart; to 

to go away. 

* I (^99199) flft99l — 3. ( Euphemism ) To 

die; to pass away. 

219^9 $9^' — 4 - To retire from worldly 
concerns; to renounce the world. 

* I ( 9IJ& ) 0991; q$H99 6991 — 5* C a work) 

To go on; to be accomplished. 

j> | 6Q9 QlQ9i; %g 6991—6. To disappear; 

to vanish. 

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7. To last for (some time), 
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8. (time) To pass away. 

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Chalila chalila hoi jiba 697^9 giff^L 9^1— ■ 
To go to a place by slow walking. 

q£,a_eQ. 5. (e. o^iQao; si. o^ota)— •** «r«w— 

ChSlisa The number 40. 

5tfiw GO. W.— «. I v * Mi9— 

grT3^T 1- Numbering forty - 

> I qoa 3«hlQ 9Qtf— 2 Fortieth. 

q&ai— gq. w. ( sr. o^iQ°a 5 si. o$9|qi )— 

Chalisa »o g«^l SIHSfcj— Relating to 40. 

5§Pri;tf*Frt 69. 9~ V I Sl£j v» vtf 9^ 969 

! *T®tar flOTiQ 9^«§Q 9l«9l — *• Dimness of 

eyesight which overtakes a man 

generally after the age of 40. 

j I <i«g 9*wa qo 391— 

2. Twist of 40 counts. 

* I vo 9g9 QS, 9i 3AI9I9— • 

3. A group or aggregate of 40 things* 


qaai^QS— G9. Q. ( *• O^IQ'TO + QJTO )— $Q 99' 
Chalisa duisa qq® sfihl — 240.. 

©<a-<StQ€l9 qQQ gfllig — Numbering 240. 

€j£>9l€ie$— G9- 9— U« tf«W — 

Chalisa sahe The number 140. 

69. Q€ — ^° gen9 — 140 in number. 

qqq oil q$aiae$ afl ao 9i§js 9iq QO — a5is»ai i 

q£>«— GQ. 9- 6 $3— q.99 ( G99 ) 

Chalisi Chalisa ( See ) 

q&S QQSO— £169. ( 916^3,9 ) 9— 09 GmIq Qft9;. 
Chalisi gharia GCIIQgft«fi «^Q — 

A sect of cowherds 
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e««% 9€tg} I ] 
€JS,— G9. 9. ( 3. 9»9 )-SI|9lQQQQ5 ^Gl — 

Ch.llu Motion of a conveyance* 

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q§Sfl— G9. 9^1— e 1 qo g^1^ - 

Ohalua L. Relating to the thatch^ 

> I GSJQ* ^Ifll69 ^069 9«ll 9Q 99S)— 
2. ( mice ) Living in the thatches. 

qcjjw— -G9.9. loiflj— 9i§sii9mQ<i9 giologe^ aqsal 

Chalukya *5j©Q°<£1 — Name of a historic line of 

powerful kings of the Deccan*. 

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Chalunian ^ \ q§ q«©lf% §3$ flOIQ^I — 
G^H^hWM 1- Carbuncle or boil bursting out into 
rT ^^ T -HH i many holes like a sieve. 

2. A disease causing numerous pores in 

the sole or heel. 

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Chalunian kari mati paka(e)ibB GQl^Qi 9\%Q <9 

glG>G9 391 9 9& qQ2IGQ G9GQQ 91 

GGIG»Q 9$ ©1 €991 — To scatter a 

basketful of earth in a large area 

(instead of pouring it down to a heap.) 

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Chaluni jala Nakha darpana (See) 

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Chaluni pani q/o G99I SI3G9 9I^G9Q 9I©28G?) 

99a 91 «Gi 02 9[G9 931Q 91 q$ $969 

Wlf < qQfll ^ Ǥ*GQ 319 Qtil 091 $1 

9a9ai3 ©1091 %0 tfla^Q— 
A rite consisting of seven housewives 
holding a sieve over the head of a girl 
and giving her a shower bath by 
pouring water on the sieve just after 
her first menses. 

Chaluni $SiG$), 9««9'g9 9§©5qj£ ai^QCSS — 
bjaffi A sieve; a strainer. 

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Chalya Chalaniya (Seej 

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Chasali ^9i© 5 aioaiOl; €^ai»— Village-school. 

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Chasha q®Q ; MIQCI aal; WW»«JI Qfll — 

1.. Fairy blue bird (a kind of swallow). 
> I Q@- Sfl^ 1 — 2. Sugarcane 

$fa 1 Agriculture; agricultural operations; 

jg^j farming husbandry- 


J I $9 ©€« — 

2„ Ploughing; cultivating; tillage. 

* 1 ^€ ^; ^fi^9i©5 cao — 

3. Plough-land; holding; tenure. 

qe oqqi— CQ. e ■ (e. <jq aiq)— «. 1 <j« QQ9i— 

Chasha kariba 1. To perform agricultural 

5^^^| operations- 

TftSFrr J I 9« ^qQ9l— 2. To plough a field. 

qg©iQ— €Q. 9. (©Qdb gsiq «w?oq as?)—*, i 9^9195 

Chasha basa qq 6 <3Q 91^ — 
bl^^H 1. Plough-land and homestead. 

^^ I^> ? I ^€©^fl!9— 2. Agricultural operations. 
60 I 9€Q^— 3- Agriculture as a profession. 

Chasha munda G*5>9I %<${ — Harvest-season. 

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9CQ I CTQQCAI99. «^?^ * 

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pffj Cultivator; peasant; farmer. 

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(a person) Cultivating a plot of land. 

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Chas Tas .(See) 

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Chasa Chasha (See) 

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Chaha (etc) q Qd'HiQ ( C9« ) 
1. Cha etc ( See ) 
9 I 6^91 ( €9« ) 
2. Chahita ( See ) 
q$l -G9. 9- («. €^ai^)— GQ^QI; 80IQ9I; ^9iei— 
ChahaS Look; glance. 

GQ. «- < 9^09 )— (SL) G99— 

Look; (you) see. 

G9. $. ( 69§9l © qiQ «ff« )— ( SL ) C9<a— 

q^iQ9l— €9. 5. ( ^§919' 99^%a )— 
C5hahaniba o<Jta9l; €91991^ G9-3IQ9I— 

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Chahan ohahxn Chahan" chahin (See) 

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Chahan chahan Looking on or glancing for some 

time. 

69. 9— 91©"9IQ Q©g©8 9%©G9a — 

Repeated glancing 
69. W— 9I9"9IQ Q©g,©8 9^G93 Q^9I — 
Repeatedly glancing about 

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ChShanchahan kariba ©iq^iq <$<% qqq©i — 

1. To cast repeated glances on all sides 

with caution. 

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2. To loiter waiting for some one. 
©I^IQIQI €991—69. $"—^91^91 ©Q9I (G9<a) 
Chahanchahan heba ChShanchahaS kariba 

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■©i»i©i4— G9. 9—898$ qq 9«^»Gsa— 

ChahaBchahiS Looking at each other; mutual 
tfteTBtft glance. 

©l#l©J — 69. 9— <3.9lCk§* (C9«l) 
- ChahaSchuhiS Chahanchahin (See) 

©W@l— G9. 9. «J— QtflQ 91*1 ©CM — 

Cbaharda A class of maid servants of the ranees, 
©I@l9— 69. 9— «l9l3 (69®) 

Chahaiini Chahani (See) 

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Chahani t \ q<% — 1. Look. 

5 I 9^j9£fl — 2. Glance. 

*" I 69^91 — ^- Seeing. 

^ I ©Qlflp <}«£ — 4. Sidelong glance. 

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•Ql»l8 S*©— 69. 9— ©!§*©!© ©sr- «iai&>9% — 
Chahani chhataka Sidelong glance. 

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S)Q?J|Q ©<39I<3~-A platform where the 
Goddess of a Deity is taken to have a 
look at the Deity in the car in his return- 
journey to the temple 

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Chahani Chahani (See) 

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Chahar samba ©l$SG| ( G9^ ) 

(^9I§ 951,1— aOH^a) Charsama ( See ) 

©WiQfl v — G^>G9. Qtil. ( ffl. OI91QQS )— ^ 1 0%a— 
Chaharam 1. Fourth. 

^ i £HM 2. Of the 4th or inferior class. 
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Chaharam jami qq^qiff q©|QT 2i?1£G$ »9Q G^rfl- 
9QC1 ©G9 , 3. Qqtf GS^llQ ©^^ »9t— 
A classification of lands made during 
the Mahomedan rule in India^ land of 
the 4th or inferior class. 

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Chaharam phatia q^ a6Q O^eT 999GQ G99I 
5t5m^1^1 2(Qqi© 91 Q5L9 — 

^T^TOT qnfe^TT The religious rites performed 

on the 4th day after the death of a 

Mahomedan. 
q$l6>— G9. 9- ( 3. Q|€tlQI )—■ 4%€I01 t G93 ) 

Chahali Chatasaii ( See ) 

q9IS)«0-G9. 9«— ©H«I9W ( 693 ) 

Chaha lia Chatasajia ( See ) 

€$>!£> ©€}©! — G9. &— G$>< @p €?99 ©Q Gdlf<J Qioaidl 

Chahali kariba G^IQ^I — To open an 

elementary school by gathering 

some pupils. 

q$M6>6Q ©§QI— G9- ^— (9!«9 91 9IOWI) QIOSHQIG^ 
Chahalire basiba SG9a ©€i 910 ®Q% ©^91 — 

( a boy or girl ) To be admitted into 
a village-school to begin education. 


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Chahallam qq — The 20th day of the 

^T^TS^Wl Mahomedan month of Safar. 

919— G9. w— ^ 1 aw*©; 9rflQ— 
Chahi 1. Necessary; required. 

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Chahin Chain ( See ) 

v qq_ a— ao^Ga; acjai^l— 

According to; suiting. 

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Chahin andha 9*1§% > 28G<5T G9<2tlQ|< G>|§— 

(Olg'^^il — $1) Purblind; ( a person ) who has 
his eyes intact to all appearances but ' 
who has completely lost his eyesight 

9I#8Q— 69. 9«— ©1Q* ( G9G ) 

Chahina Chain ( See ) 

91$ 96)91— 69. 9<a. 9*— GSWf 6G39Q aSf QQiStO 
Chahin jalaka a)< ^j a © 63 §«{| 699 ai€9 ©Ig — 
918 9&Sa — $1 A person suffering from 

^f**T Retinitis. 

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aoQei 3i§> S91 g9^ 2&3 eiiqT eii^ ^91 §<$ 

G9§ 9 0199 1 69a — A disease of the eye; 

Retinitis. 
918 0Q9I Q9i(69)Q9l— G9. S~(q<S«9 9m§% } ®$ 
Chahin jalaka bana(e)iba n&GQ 09IQQI — 

To cheat a person before his own eyes 
Q|§ Q39I—G9. §— <. I Q§9tf aGOSi QQ9I — 
Chahiii basibS , 1. To wait long 

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?T^TflB< I3HT ^GQSl OQQIi $\Q Q§9I— 

2. To eagerly expect or long for 
a thing; to wish for. 


3 I QQQ 0€J 9QQ|~ 
2. To sit up. 
9IQ9I — G9. 9. ( sr. ©i^ai$=»oia<a QP ^Q9l) — 
Chahinba 1 | 891Q9I; ^^ 09IQQI — 
5ted . 1 . To look at; to glance at 

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; I 69§^l~2. To sea. 

* I 59§ G^Q 9QQI — 

3. To open the eyes. 

4. To wait in expectation 

* I GQCfQl — 5. To keep awake. 
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Chahin joga(e)iba G99I— Te be fit for being 

looked at; to deserve a look. 
q9 Q9QI — €9. 3—^8 9891 (S9«) 

Chahin rahiba Chahifibasiba (See). 

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Chahinle €3 — It will he found on comparison 

that. 

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Chahiki Chahikichikana (See). 

0I8©€)9^— G9. Qtil. (e- q.SW'i )—090S' 9%^9i; 

Chahiki chikana QI^IQ^Q^g— Glittering; 

grandiose. 
qQ«-©9l — G9. $— qQ&QH — 

Chahikichika Glitter; grandeur. 

G9. §S1 — ^8^©9€1 (G9«)- 

Chahikichikana (See).. 

3891— €9. © (*, ^9; 91. ft9!9) — V I Sg; SIIQQ— 
Chahita 1. Care. 

Srttfl ^ I GW; €€W — 

^1^?IT, ^IT5T) S^l 2. Affection; fondness.. 

* I (G9fel§ 9919) ^99*1991 — 

3. Necessity; demand for a thing- 

* I SQQI<a; Q9l —4. Desire, 


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Chahita (See). 

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Chahiba 1. To wish-, to desire. 

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^ I fl|G9l — 2. To ask for. 

* I GQ99I; 9QQ19 9^91—3 To want. 

v | 639 9$9I — 4. To like; to be attached to. 

* I *09fc! 9Q9I 5 3$ 9Q91 — 
5. To take much care of- 

^§—9169 (waqa) ©*— $©© — 

Ohahu Proper. 

69. 9. — «18©I (W«) — 

Chahita (See). 

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qfltoigT— 69. a- * i toi^ ©©s«|9— 

ChahunchahuS 1. All on a sudden. 

cw*to®tfT*fS5 CQ9 $® «a QGff 4$ sfc§ — oiasa. ?swi<a i 
9 I GQG09 ^ «IG^— 2. After a time. 

Ql®99— 69. ©— qa9l9i©Ga«a— , . , 

Chahu kama A kind of battle-drum. 

© (ai%)— g— M9 ©©©I— 

Chi i root) To collect; to gather; to pick up. 

©«0Q9l— S9. § («t- ©© ai^=©ig^)- 

ChiambS * I GG>Q*©I; 96©Q 6991— 

fc*1, fi^fa 1 To be awake; to watch up. 

C31QS <1§ <?Q OS C§ wisid— $a*9. wwqo. ^ I 
9 I ( GOQQIQ §©$%a ) 6991 93391; ©9%; 
901Q9I To awaken from sleep. 

•I ©«fa 91 il«W% 99%S199 ©Wlf 

©»Q9l-3. To enliven-, to revive; to 

bring to life. 

^ I S$I9 «I||Q9 9Sl9li QWQ9I — 

4 To brandish 

©88QGM— 3I69 (fiinfiKLQ) ^—931091- 
Chiaiba To a0fle 

©a*— 69. © («r. e© x ai^=eiciQd3 cow) 

Chian ■*> i ©9©SQ9iq fl©^ 9t aq_Q 69969 92fl99l 

C*fa Q]«; ©Q — 1. Mark made on the body with 
sp3jl ; ^T*i ' * 'not iron; searing mark; brand. 


-* I ©9 6«tf?6Q 9ISI 6969 GflEIQ 9^1 $< 

6$£a§ «5 69991—2. Acute pang like 

that due to searing or branding. 

* I 69969 ©a*fl«l 9ll§>GQ 63$ «§ «©85> 

o^ — 3 # Acute pain due to a fire-brand 
being suddenly applied to the body. 

* | G©Q ©I; GO©!— 

4 "Wakefulness from sleep. 

69. W— 1 I G©Q # a9l; G91Q ft fl9l — 
T[^t^ 1. Wakeful-, not asleep. 

^ I G099IQgi qGQQff— 2. Conscious. 

^t * i a©. Ga* — 3 > Verv Bma11 ; tin y- 

©«0*Q Q09I— G9. ^—^ I 605 ^091; ©9^Q09t— 
ChianiH uthiba 1. To wake up from sleep; 

cwcnfei to awake - 

sriM^^Wl €«o oi^'q ©oq^i oaTQ so qftafll— ©<SKiia. qqco 

> I 3609 6991 — 2. To gain consciousness. 
<* ( 3QQQ G99I — -3. To become enlivened, 

OCT 0Q©9-69. 9 (9T. GOWI)— WKJI— 

Chian chaitana The living soul. 

©a G99»— 69. £— q?i 9©iQ 699 9IWI 91 Qg9l - 

Chian deba" To brand with a hoi iron. 

©a 9t99i } aOH%a 

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©a*9@@"69. 9—^ I 9S3IG9 0©5|9I- ^^O ©9 G9IQ 

Chian paharda 9.?J9I ^9§l-l- L 7 in g awake in 

bed; wakeful sleep. 

> \ Q©IQT ®%m® ?i9glG9 ©fllfl— 2. Taking 

rest in bed without sleep (a term applied 

to Rajas) # - 

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Chiara Sharp. 

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9«Q ©ICg QGSI9SQ 9Q 6QC9— «51«9- fl9«a®- 6^1* 

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Chi-in <. I ©G9Q $«fQ a%$ 39; GOG«§l G>G©M 

.fjjf QQ_^1. Indistinct sound of unfledged 

gf young birds or house-bats; chirping 

I.©"— VQvGgi) sound. 

2. The feeble sound of a weak andsick man. 
4>Q9[— G9. 9- ( «. Oflfi©; gi. OWj Qf*© ) — 
Chi-inka 901$ ©fl© QOQ1 — Startling up 

«Q$S>|— 69. Q. (-ff.'Oflg© )— 90I9 OW ^091 — 
Chiinkiba To be startled; to shy. 

«Q€)Q— 69, a— 3cf ( 693 ) 

Chi-i"3 chi-in Chi-in ( See ) 

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Chi-in chi-ifia 1. Making a chirping sound. 

(©d©aT— aQiqp) -> 1 (QMiei) a© al« (9<*§) — 

2. ( figurative ) Slender; of 

delicate health. 

©QQ| — G9- $- (e. 9* a!§==SQ<a)— <|§GQ GQ999I — 

Chi-inba . To be absorbed or soaked in 

the ground. 
giG9. (a$ifl)@.— GSl€9l; G©99l— To suck. 
©Sjf) 9»— 69 9.— <i9»IQI£[ 9G> — 

Chiurdi dala Villisnaria (a kind of aquatic weed) 

g'Wi$— g<3». s-. (e. ©® ai§) — * I ©$Q— 

'* Chiutani 1 Resolving in one's mind; 

ct^slR thinking. 

%3 J I SJQtf — 2. Recollection. 
* ! S>W«I— 3. Waking up. 
©®99l — 69. 8. (tf. ©© ai^> — SjQSI 9UQI — 

Chiutiba To recollect* 


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Chiura A species of pot-herb. 

€><]^ 91$ — ate9. (w«qa) 9— aQwas— 

Chiel kand A kind of arrow. 

€»0 (b|$)— -3— QIIQ© QQQ|— To mar; to obstruct. 
Chik (root) 

€>o v ©^— G9-9 (9. q9©9^e.©9W^<cag, aio^i) — 

Ohik chik \ | 96$i$ «©l; ©G»9Sf— 
t?' ! P&<p,f&<pfb^ 1. Sparkling; glitter; gloss; lustre, 
9WTFT ^ | C£Q©Q*i — 2. Splendour; glimmer. 

GQ- 9«— <. I »© ©Q — 1. Glittering, 

J I OQMatj ScSai— 2. Glimmering; glossy. 
«© ©O q9«©OI— 91. 9—^ I «1©0OT— 1, Glitter. 
Chik chik chahikichika ^ | d9^Q — 2- Grandeur. 
GQ- Qtfl — «. I ©©©©SB— 1- Glittering; 
J» I ai^^Qgj^ — 2. Grandiose. 

©wi —giGQ. ^aQq.Q) © (e. ©««)— Q^tfil- 9i<3Q~~ 

Chikna Butter. 

©©— 69. 9 ( ff. ©ffl«te©lj «q,l 9". q,©09M ; 091 <5)Q 

Chika ej^QGQfiiiflpi^)— -qasiQ QQ ©4IQM©G««— 

T6^ A collar (ornament) for the neck. 

G969- © (^1-©©)— 9€1§I€Q ^GM flOl Q|€j*a©|d - 

1^f ©?© 9Q9I — A screen-mat made of thin 

fe^J, %5WI narrow strips of bamboo. 

* I $§ Ql G9^ 9M§ — 3, A mean detestable 

person. 
©9^-69. M— ©OTI (GQ«) 

Chikata Chikata (See) 

©9$t-^G«>- 9« (St- ©ftfi'^W 91 ©«l — AM) — 

Chikata ^ I ^lOI^SO (fllf) — 1. Sticky; gummy 5 

ft#1,f&^n, fi*li5»l glutinous (soil). 

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2. Soiled with oil; oily and dirty. 

* I (^fl«l^) ^3^; Qs^<a— 3. ( figurative ) 

Miserly; close-fisted. 
5Q. q — ©QSIfll? (G9«l) — 1. Chikata mati (See) 

51qq|— .Gummy dirt on cloth or hair 

due to oil 


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eil< — Loamy soil; soil consisting* of 
one part of sand to 2 parts of clay. 
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aoiOBO TO1Q£]I<I— Sticky 
hard soil; 


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c g£l Q|^_a aw — Sticky soil; 

clayey soil. 


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©Q€1— TO. 9 (e. ©9«1; sift. to. ©mI^tosi) — 
Chikana t t G©fi) — 1. OiK 

> I g5o9© ?Ct a^ia r — 2. Any oily substance. 
TO. ©«— V I 393 6 €J»— 1- Bright and 
f&^l, f§^ fc i1 polished; smooth." 

feffti J I «IQ9I— 2. Slippery. 

* I 3C?9— ~3. Beautiful; fine; nice. 

* i 6©9 9«iQcaa© ©9»9— *• Glossy, 

* i €o 91 e^oig— 5 - oil /. 

? i QQflqea mi €9iQg9i— 

6. Reduced to a fine paste. 

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Chikana kuha 9l$l a6ai«n 91 ei9<U«l W6*— 

§<Rt !• Oily-tongued. 

^ I caraiflQ«l; fi^qsl— 2, Flattering. 

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Chikana chakana a©) — V I gS>9 (S 99tf — 

ft^lEfat !• ^ ne an< * sm00fcn - 

fa* s fl%M * l 5 I <iQ9%ea 93 Q ( 9 $ ), 5$pi*; 

ggjai — 2. Foppishly dressed. 

*9«9^— TO. M— ( 9mCF ) ?%«, 9OI«0 ^ ^ftS!M- 
Chikanapatu GQStJta (9*l§) — (ironical) Stout and 
fcrcsn^^T strong but idle and foppish. 


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Chikana hata 6§sai^ $g — Hand besmeared with 

oil or ghee. 
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Chikana Chikana ( See ) 

15^ft q (g. ©9^l©l).— §9^1 S99I9 Wfll — 

r^rwnj Smoothness; oiliness. 

©9«ll(S€l)Q9l— €9. § ( ^. ©OdtQ, 69^ Qlflai^ )— 
Chikana(e)iba ^ 1 eooig QQQ!— 

f&^ITH 1. To besmear with oil. 

RWH I > I OTa 9Q9I; ai^Q v 9Q9l — 

2. To make smooth; to polish; to burnish. 
* I 3QQ 9Q9I — 
«9i%0 3. To beautify, 

v I 9«^Q©»ii9 99^1 ©Q 91191 — 
4. To reduce turmeric etc. into 
a fine paste. 
CSIKHflQ 9Q9lj q^O©9l— 5- To flatter. 
C3IS!9 3CQI989 QST9 9211 9@9I— 
6. To use pleasing and oily words. 

Q93I ©99 — €9; 9^1—199 6 39^ - 

Chikana chikani x Fine and smooth. 

G9. ©. — 909 39 9I| ©9£1 9Q9t od— The act 

of reducing turmeric etc. into a fine 

paste, 

©Qgl! fll® — €9. 9.— «$IQ 9ig aO Q©9I ©QC^ ©9d 
Chikana mati qq ©9f fl9l «![?— 
f^Tl^ltSt Prepared potter's soil. 

©9€ll ^10— TO. 9.— ©961 91©; TOOi^ 93— Hand 
Chikana hata besmeared with ghee or oil. 

©9S€fl— G9. 9«3.— ©M (TO«) 

Chikania Chikkana (See) 

©qs> — £969- 9. (eri.) — fl^iq sjaicQep fijQi «fl9 ^1 

Chikan G9IQ?[9l 9W — 1. Embroidery work. 

fc?R y I §1 31913^69 901 6 S|9!GQ 6TR 6 991 W 

fe^Pf 9«lt G9IQ99I GI9 9%fiJ9l — A kind of 

fine cloth of embroidery work 
9169. ( $<WgS ) @^i~ ©Qtfi— Smooth. 
©91— fllTO. < 0»W9 9£Kil$f£i ) 9 — 

Chika * i scat— 1, Hope. 


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> I QGGIW — 2. Temptation; allurement. 
• I G©fasf 5WQ ©S^jQ a^lQ©©©© QOTI— 
3. Hankering after a swaet thing due to 
Laving taken it onceV 


©91 €9«i(s«)q©i^-siic9. (Asia) s-sgqw gqsiq©!- 

Chika dekha(eliba To tempt; to allure. 

©Q!Q— €©. ©— 9©IQQ Q£JGQ STQG S^IO *f ©iQ QQI 
Chikarl SQQg *l* f 9^ 90, OIQ— 

fi^tft The 3 or 4 minor strings of a 

h^lfl guitar. 

©©-- €Q. $ («r.©WD— GO©GO©G9IQ ©$l CTIQ^aGQ 
Chiki S^iaiQ q^i g|Qg©l o© gOtQ q?3 — 

f£f% A kind of areca nut which is cut into 

f^sftjgqFft slides and boiled in milk. 

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go© gqiq ©fci 6 e* G9IQ acHiOi eoaqooiaw 1] 

e©*i (q©i»)— gq. q«s— ©e*i qm© (C9«) 
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Chikitsaka «©©©q a|^+$$. B© ] — 

GW'lj ^lg§ — Physician; doctor. 

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Chikitsana qq> BQ] — G©ltf§ GQ9^ a€q©i©Qffl— - 
Curing or treatment of a disease. 
©€?€tt — e- ©. ( ©SSL ai$ + q© B+a )— 

Chikitsa 1 t gqqq SWqef GWiQr ©qwj9— 
1. Medical treatment o£ a disease. 

5 1 cqsiQ acqcw aiQ ©ea©e $© ©&«©<*-" 

Qm©§I — 2. Therapeutics (M, W.). 
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Chikitsita t. | saiQ|Q GQ^Q ©9^1 QQQtQSIS — 

©§^©1 — ^| 1. Treated for a disease; under- 

medical treatment* 

? 1 ea Gg«% sjg^gih qq QQas— 

2. Cured (Wilson). 

©Ggl - ST. 9^ (©^©^ ai^+O^. 53) - ^ I 9©QtQ QIQQl 
Chikitsya GSJIC1H— 1- Deserving treatment. 

(©©afliq-aQi^g) > 1 ©«a© WoiQ^Qcaicil— 

2. Fit to be medically treated. 

* 1 GS€f ©QUigiQ 9€i§S> ^<l — 3. Curable. 

* I 3©9Gaq; gGQia*1— 4. Remediable. 

©©ft— e. § ( ©9 ai^^^ioiei «wi + «4. qq ) ■— 

Chikila ^ I Qfi? - 1- Mud; mire. 

(©«^— 2IPi%a) J I ^19« ~ 2, Clay. 

eas*!-*. 9. (S! ai^+QffiaSQ m— ©©^ ai^H--- 

Chiktrshai qfr B + aj— SQ9IQ Q$| - A wish to - 

do (a work). 

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Chikirshita 99*" ©) -BfcQ^Q; ©II©; aQGflO- 

Intended to be done; designed, wished 

for; longed for. 

ff. §— (+q©, O) 9Q9IG) Q9I - A wish to do ' 
©Q]Q^- CT. §d (©Ql« ai^+©{| Q) Q€jQI^ Q80-. " 
Chikirshu Wishing to act; desirous of doing. 

©<$Q - 3. © (© ai^— ©§© WQi+eae^ $s) - 

Chikura ^ I GQ€i - !♦ Hair. 
(TO-OT^.a) J I aq»©-2 Mountain. 

a 11 I 3<3jsa — 3. Reptile. * 1 qd — 4- Serpent. 

* I oS^ea^ — 5. A kind of bird. 
9 I ©QOg " 6. Musk-rat (M. W). 

g. m - ^ I Q9Q - 1. Hasty. 

> i Qqoept - 2. Rash; inconsiderate. 
•*> 1 ^la^al — 3. Sinning; offending. 

©^G>aa - e. © (^1w; ©$GH-aa)— GQatfjft waq»> 

Chikurapaksha q^gQ GSIlS^ ©IO — A tuft of 

©C)QQfdlCI nair < on fcne aead )- 

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Cbikka g^, g)-—6©8$l©l©l — Flat-nosed (M.W.) 
{ ©01— %] ) 

Q — <. i §§Q% ©Q^l—l. Mole; musk rat; 

Sores Coerulens, 

9 | q£ — 2. Betel nut (M. W.) 

* I ©i© eoafci G9QI «©gi — 
3. Flat-nosedness ( M. W.) 

©©a— e. 'W (©o^ai^— wiaQWL+oJ. ©©) — 
Chikkana * I SQ; ©061—1. Smooth; glossy. 
y I GOGt^j GO OI5—2. Unctuous; oily. 
*.| era<3*1 — 3. Slippery. 
$. 9~V I $£103 & ET» — I- Betel-nut and its 

tree. 
y I QIOQI^a ©g; TO! -- 
2. Any smooth liquid; gum (M. W.) 

©^11 -ff. 9. ti (©$«i+ail. a)— 1 1 ©a^ aiq© aip©£ 

Chikkana gg^i <£ ©$ sa — 1. A cow with a 
(©0*31 — SO^QQ) smooth and shining skin, 

J l gjgli Cll^j— 2. An excellent cow (M.W.) 

* I qja - 3. Betel nut (M. W.) 

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Chikana ( See ) 

©©fill - s. ©. - q©i©i ^ (eta 6 er») - 

Chikkani The betel nut (tree and fruit). 

Chikkasa 1. Barley-meal. 

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QGQ1 6 GO© 9«ll S3«?©J t §. GpfiUCI© )— 

2. Barley-meal mixed with turmeric-paste 

and oil, anointed on the body on festive 

occasions. 

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Chikka The betelnut ( tree and fruit ). 

©OQ— «T. 9- ( ©©^l§_=©tlW ©Q©l+©<§. $© )— 

Ohikkura Q9Q$> — Thunderbolt. 

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Chikhalla ©Q|OQ ) — 

I I Q><$n — 1. Clay; mud. 

j I aq?— 2 Mire. 


Chingrda © Gf9 ( 6Q3 ) 

( Q Ghp— aQiqfl ) Chingurdi ( See y 

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©erg— sic©. ( ga©t© ) 9-o«y ( gosi ) 

Chingra Chingurdi ( See > 

©GM)— giSQ. ( 3<l©qS ) ©— ofif^ ( G©« ) 

Chingri Chingurdi ( See ) 

©»$— <j. 9. ( ©tf=^Q© + ^ai^=€ift© ©Q©| + 

Chingata ©$. a ) — ftfip $q|Q— 

( ©"a© — a©1^a ) Shrimp; prawn. 

©q>$1— e. ©■ ( ©srfc+f^ aaeQ 4 )— Gat Satf 

Chingaii £|§ — Small shrimp. 

©cf© - gieo. ( ^ a 9^> ) Q— ^ooie)^ ai©— 

Chingirdi A species of paddy. 

9169. ( WMV& ) ^— © SF^J ( G9« ) 

Chingurdi ( See ) 

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Chingiri Chingurdi ( See ) 

©fif^— GQ. ©- ( «T* ©*Cf*3 © ST? )-«5l*lQG€l < 9— 
Chingurdi A kind of fish; shrimp; prawn. 

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f^f^T OQO ^©Q^G€1^ — A kind o£ 

i©6^f»aQ0- a©H^q) ^airy moss growing in 

water; Hydrilla Verticillata; Chara^ 

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Chingurdi chopa 6^1© Q51 ©q^OI eiiGfOSQ 9<^lS^I 

SiftCJIQQGQ^ — An ornament for 

the finger resembling the broad 

ring-like shell of the shrimp. 


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Chic-hinga ©041 ) — fio Ql — Snake-gourd. 

©©$ — 3. 5— Qo<3! ©ifl© goi^Q eH9* sclera — 

Chichinda The snake gourd; Tricosanthes 

fiftspl Anguina. 

(©o§1— TOi%,a ) 
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Chichchhakti 9) — t. | g©©©m$ G©9©l — !■' Sense; 

consciousness. 

* I 9Qfl|Q; 9€9©QI — 

2. Intellect; intelligence. 
©&~G?GQ. 9. ( CTI. ©1© ) — 

Chija * 1 ©g. QQief. t^QH — 1, Thing; article. 

ftef j 1 ©Q§j g$§— 

^fal 2. Goods; movable property, 

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* I 9<£i©|© QQief — 3. Valuable thing 
v I %#$i — 4. Property, 

* J sWl^J QQief — 5 Desirable thing. 
9 I 3«ll9i Q9ief — 

6. Daintly article of food, 
9 I QQ$r--7. Ornament. 
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Obijapatra Chijabasta ( See ) 

©©©&— €9. ©- ( ffi. ©te v * e. ©g; 3<d©Q )— 

Chijabasta 1 | ©|©|0 S9ief— 1. Many things. 

ff^l^ fll q<3 C3IQ|9©19 sqi& oa, 9|W QCI, QQ ©svg, 

J 1 QMQiq) ^§3^X9 $91 9^991^99^9- 
2. Luggage; equipage. 

* I 21391$ Q§) — 3 Furnitures, 

©tai— <J. ©. ( ©9=e^j»© 9IS>1© SI9 + OQ altera© 

Chificha ©©91 + ©$. a + «- StOifl C99£SII9I q.<a 

9^€Q '© 0> €)«? 01© P6Q — 9$©W?) — 

©^© (erffl 6 ©9) — 
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©aifl— e. 9. ( to©© q^i^§>© Qiwiq )— 

ChitTchamla ^ 1 ©^©%S|© Q^l^©© ^QQCM- 
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2. A kind of sour pot-herb. 

Chinchi The seed of a papilionaceous creeper 
( red or white with a black cap-like 
spot at its bead ) used as a weight 

by goldsmiths. 

©esi*©— <$■ p. ( €$*?%> )— ai©^»Q6a<a— 
Chificho^aka A herbaceous plant. 

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Chit (root) To send out ( M. W. ). 

©i— CO. 9. ( ff. ©lQ=9ffl, ©q ©©I- g. ©\ )— 

Chit ©I9©Q %gq 5 €»S%^"~ 

f6& A bit of paper. 

fez 
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Ghitchit aoi©2fl — Viscous; clammy; sticky. 

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©t— W. 9. ( V. ©^=G©WlS )— 
Chita 1 1 aoi — 1. Gum. 
ftfel ^ I 9Q§— 2. Vexation. 

^te C9. 9«s— * 1 aoi©a — 

1. Gummy; sticky; clammy. 
-* I 9©9 ©9— -2. Vexatious. 
* I ©fif« §!9GQ G©f^l3 ©l&i ©q^9 ©© ©© 
9l€TG9 C3©?(9I (9 e i§)— 3. Pertinacious. 

©M-(Q©W)-~C9. 9— ©tlQ QQilQ ( Q9«l ) 

Chitau (etc) ChitSu etc, ( See ) 

©$ QQQ— C9. ©— ©%l ©99 ( G9<3 ) 

Chita kaptira Chita kapura ( See J 

©$Q— €Q. 9. ( 3. ©$>© )— ©0M<3— 

Chitara Panther; leopard. 

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Chitaja O©; 9 ©IQ©— Cheating; fraudulent. 


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ftfrl 2. Vexed; displeased. 

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/ i oicf-i © «q s$yt& qSqsqigsi^ w§- 
2. Ennui; disgusted for sitting idle for 

- a long time. 
•• I SJDIftSIl— 3, Clammy; glutinous 
v I «Q qad — 4. Close-fisted; higgling and 

haggling 

* I Wg9Q — 5. Vexatious. 
9 I alfc — 6. Pertinacious. 

9 t G^QKjJ 4 3©3l— 7. Dirty and besmeared 
with oil; soiled with oil. 
■€Q. ?— t I 691*16313 G$«l 69tQ^I 8319; 
cToi — 1. A rough account. 
J I 9190 Ol Q§ — 
2. Memorandum; note-book, 

* I G©Q SSlltf G©€t 6 Q$I9CQ ©8$Q! fl© 

Ql SIOI — 3. Clamminess or dirt due to 

deposit of oil ( said of a dirty cloth 

or a tuft of hair ). 

o t §§ Q\&* © ©Q Q^WIW Q$|Q©I GQiq 

2J©©9 ?€)SJ — 4, Ennui; annoyance or 

disgust due to spending a long time 

doing nothing. 

'4>*l(M)Q©l— €Q. $P— al*a«€Q a©i$ §Qg ©qqi— :, 
Chita(e)iba To tire or vex a persen by pertinacity 
ffijfa or obstinate demands. 

■OtKfc— ». ©• (s. eft ai%~<3>Q% aoiOQy— I tqpx 
Chitau ©8 — 1. Letter. 

©5, fSS «>ai9 ^qq »Q«ii€>aip ^gsg« ©sis gqgq i 

j I GQflap — 2. Love-letter. 

qOQ GQCV ^ -qQ^GQa, 

9*!«GQ GQ3 Q§ S>GQS f W$\Q«u 9pQi I 

* i 9^91 @i©Q sReWiia© ap — 

3. Letter conveying the news of the death 

of a relation. 


©*IQ ©§QI — C9. 3.— 1 I q©S>«*§S ^Q'g WQMW 

Chitau kariba ©©t% qQS^IQ 3OI09I — 1.' To senp 

the news of the death of a person to his 

absent relations. 

> \ (qiw QfijiQ) giflQ c©?«n3 ©h§q* qcfcsiQQ 

©i sjmia© a# <s>$g wawk?, ewi — 

• 2, ( the village-barber ) To convey the 

message of the death of a person to his 

absent friends and relatives* 

©Si «3Q— w. ©. — <i©3©iQ ©$% 6 $£fl ©a'©— 

Chita kapura A kind of artificial inferior camphor. 

q*i ©9 — GQ. ©. — t 1 oioa aolfto q.9 ; ceieq q®— 

Chita gurcia 1. Treacle. 

f&rf^B « sitfQ Sot «ai ewqj? qo, 

> I aiSfel} ^9 — 2. Liquid molasses, 

Chiti iSQ «€j) — «. I a§)— 

fp)S 9 166 1 - Letter; a written message; a note. 

ftrai f^f*) fa£* ^ i a^ 2IIG9aa^-2. A slip or chit 
(QO — TOtQa) bearing a message or orders. 

• I qC!9lff«J Qq®— 

3- God's dispensation. 
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» i si©© ©9*$ wie«?Q qi gei ©Qsq 

©SQiQQ SWftS a§)-4. A business- 
letter of demand sent by a creditor to 
a debtor, or by a Zamindar to a tenant. 

♦ 1 (tf. ©$ 99 )— ©Q flIQ — 5. A kind of snake. 


Chiti kariba 1. 
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Chiti chapata 

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- t t (?l < 5 , lfi 1 ff)«ii«i©©«S^a§)G<9Qi- 

( a creditor ) To send a letter of 

demand to a debtor. 

^§ ©QS$ S}3© 21GQ3 aOIQQI — 

2. To send a written order. 

aocifo §siq 99©^ )— t i ©o'a^ 

Q^Wi S»G^aQ§ nQ — 1. Letters 
generally; notes and letters. 

? I ©iQ^ig Sqi sji9qi a§)iQ— 

2. Postal articles (e g. letters, 
packets and covers.) 


©§©at Q©9i 


( >9«> ) 


©9 ©9;. 


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ao «ue;s cqs9 < sw^raea » fass caw egg g«> oiq aai^ca offcwoo > 9' «.©»© v$ vi flisig^ ew GflifiWt 699 1 sal— 
*«'Q' 9'fl©GQ 'stttf eaific?. <*a s? floca \a* gq3s9 ; '$q> aiQe« ^ goSgs. acini 9 ciiqcq 'aa'ico&Q; •aTOtf^aiQca'ac^' wa» 1 


Chiti chapa^a kariba 9«i9$ll£[g$f'SI < ^ 3tf 91 ^919 

«©i Q«§ ©Qftft GQQI 6 SJ&9I — To carry 

letters and written messages of a 

master or a trader to his subordinates, 

debtors or constituents. 

©? 69QI— CO. «• — * I GQ?<3§ 9i§<3T ©9$$ 99 GQ§ 

Chiti deba 30IQ9I; QIQGQ Ql GQQ^IQ 9$ GSQtf 

ftfS OTQTi 9Q9I 1. To write letters; to send a 

f^T%^TT letter to the addressee through post or 

through a messenger, 

J I 93% 6*3% W§QT WGQ adi 9Q9I — 

2. To hand over a letter to the 

addressee 

* 

©§ 9$— GQ. ©.— ©? Q9fc (GQ«) 

Chiti patra Chiti chapafca (See) 

©§ 6Q9— SI6Q. (««W) 9.— ©OOIOT, ©36jf 9I9.96Q 
Chiti pergi 9I9QC? Q9I$3I<1 — Letter-box; postal 

letter-box. 

©§©193— W. ©.— t I ©3Q* 9IQ v qG9 9I9GQ QOlSQl 
Chiti baksa ©o a$IQ Qei3l<H~ 
ft(5^ ^t^ 1. Letter-box; post^box # 

J I q9Q 9I9IGQ ^91 G9§ 9IS;GQ ©199IQ 

(©O 9K>9— a©^0) qQ^lsflOT &9€S «bS^Q( ©6 

SIQIQ Wl«— 2. Letter-box kept 

outisde one's house. 

'©S fli€)Qi— GQ. $ — ©f OOIQQI- a§> €«SPI— 
Chiti mariba To write letter^; to send letters. 
[ 3— ©f GWI Qi ©§ aoiCiQioi^©? aiQQi 919 
Q2JIGQ GQCf GQIfi (emphasis) ^IQK I ] 
Q^Sl— GQ- §3— * raoioa— 1. Clammy; viscid. 
Chitua > 1 afeai — 2. Pertinacious; causing 

vexation by pertinacity. 

©^SL*— gq- ©— v i ©sqS ( G93 ) 

Chitukuni 1 Chatakani ( See ) 

9 \ SiaS9$96Q q§fl9i3 (ftGQ)— 
2. A horizontal stroke with the fist. 

©O — €<$- $— ©Ol ( GQ« ) 
Chitha Chitha ( 8ee ) 


©Ot— GQ. Q- ( §. ©|l )—K I G^9 WQQ G^toQ 
Chitha aia ^8 9| «q©| — 1. A rough draft of 

TmI a document. 

Sffg ©oi 6 gia i ersiQCfli^a afli^oq^ i 
9 I QSiQG) G?S)Q a^QH^Q G9|%l6«lf 4)01 — 
2. Rough daily ledger or account-book 

of a trader* 

91 I C?9Q Q6foai — 3. A field-book. 

vi©9^iftwi9 c»9©fli GQeiiQQi oi«e ©r 

OIQOI^ «W91— 4. An account or tally of 

plots of land in an estate; a schedule 

or rough history (record of rights) of 

the lands of a village.. 

QOj — 5. Memorandum or note of money 
paid or received or commodities 

advanced or taken. 

Chitha kariba G9tf G^OI — To make a rough 
f b^l4 ' a 1 draft; to draft out, 

©OI «!©!— G9. 9 — ^ I 9iQ3l3ta6§©9 W^V^Q 8«I19- 
Chitha khata qg$ — 1. Daily account-book or 
f^fcfW ledger of a trader # 

fo^RSt 3 I GQ©0 G93GQ3 9! 9IWIQQ CIQ9ggO- 
(OOI9g— aQs^a) 2. A note-book of daily 

transactions^ 

©Ot §91— G9. 9—OOI «IIQt (€9fl) 
Chitha siha Chitha khata (See) 

©6 (QfciW)— €«?. ^>— St QOil« (GQ«) 
Chithi etc) Chiti etc (See) 

©6> ©8^— W. 9. (apM©QM,WI e. ©?at^=»^i GWI- 
Chirdchird GS3IG«J^Q )—99§— Vexation; 

f^sf^S annoyance; irritation. 

fa^TjjgT 1. Vexed; bothered, 

(©9©bi — ag<»q,o) > i Gsa ^i^ifti qsigq ©«§ $«— 
Q9QQQSI j , 2. Surly; growling; sulky; 


©@Q€9t$ i 


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peevish^ irritable; irascible 

fretful,. 


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* I 3§jQ9$ G$l&1 — 3 - Angry by nature, 
©9 v ©@ v e$9l— OT. 3— qiflioi QaiSQ §Q^ G99I; ai«- 
Chirdchirg. heba digg" 5991 — To grumble or 
f6^5^«1Tl growl; to be in sulks. 

©@©@l — 69. M. ^°- ©9©9 (G9«) 

Chirdchir^a Chirdchird (See). 

f5Ssfwsl Digitaria Pedicillaris (a kind of 

grass ). 
©9 (Q©W)— 69. 0— §91 QM9 <69€l) 

Chirda (etc; Chirjia etc (See). 

Chirdala Q2JIGQ G3 §G9— Irascible; peevish; 

fSvsfeS; ftfevSt irritable; fretful. 

(§9Q««— aw^a) 
©9!~ 69- 9 ( ?r- 09 ai^=^Q§ €99i, 6ai€«ia©G; 

Chiida $ft. e. ©1$«9<qi# )— 99§ — 

efet-, f&55? Vexation. 

fafj fe? 69. ©«— 68ia|; qsfl; 39^09- Qg$q9— 
foffe^t Of an irascible temper; peevish; irritable. 

©91 G9)Q9i— 69. $ ( 3§>9IQ Se^Q ) * I ©99- 

Chirdaiba 9QQ9I — *« To irritate; to annoy; to 

5i>ft, f&5R exasperate; to provoke. 

fa^WT; fofTfT 5 I 931 91 9isfi 913 aft, q^q 

3969 qa 9$lQ9l 5 ©ft!Q9l— 2 To excite a 

person to anger (by -words or conduct). 

©9I©§>— 69. 9— *• I ?39-i^ WS ~ 

Chiidachirdi 1. Exasperation. 

f^lfefi 2. Mutual provocation or 

exasperation. 

©@| fll^OI— 69. 9— ©» Q39t ; Q9§ 69186991 — 

Chiida mardiba The state of feeling irritated 

( 991 QQQ\ — WS%a ) or exasperated. 

©§>— gi69 rt*wgs) 9—99 G%i69«— 

Chirdi A big basket, 

giG9 { d«lfl ) 9— <. I ©G£$flia — 

1. Shrimp; prawn, 
J I 6SS ©IQj qjSf 4 §)— 2. Small tray. 


©@sj— 69. € ( e. o$9=*99©?2ii asl ) — 

Chirdia ^ | gg]. OQQQ — 1. Bird. 

ftffifHT, f*?t 2. Chigiitana (See). 

©§20 SIIWl— 69. 3 ( fi. ©5>qi«afl|+ffi. gsH^«M«-- 

Chirdia khana t I oikiiQi; Q9l9lff^Qlft 9^91 gl©- 

f&fipffNtHl 1- An aviary; a bird-house. 

Wfow rrat j i Ga^oi69 oioisig^ wog^ ai© 

9Q Q51I9K —2. The Zoo; a 

zoological house; a place where 
various animals are kept 

©©SOfll©— 69. §— ©G9Qfll%; QiW^ 63 Qfll^ SIQ 

Chirjjiamar «nv©l ©TO QGQ— 

f6pb»it<l One who kills birds for a livings 

£t?taK fowler. 

(©^afliq^-aQ-^a) 
©f©9l— w. q«. a? <i *l— §9.3^ ( GQ« )— 

Chirgichirda Chirdchird ( See ) 

©§©© — OT. W. 9! 6 *1— 8^8^ ( GQ31 )— 

Chirdichir^i Chirdchir^ ( See > 

(q§»3g9^ 39©G9M8— awsqa) 
©^00— gSgo. 9(8; -091 Q9&QI aalQ«©iQ^S% > 
Chirditan ^ i o^6««GQ ?G«!fi»P 6 gs?3ll OOI- 
ft^^ Qfifi 8^Q€T — 1. The club in playing 

UUdA oauds 

[ Q — 919 G«Q 9G« €01% G9« I ] 
.' I QIQq.9IGQ §$91 S0IQ taQCfiQQGQ'Sj O^ 
«JOI€JQ ftl9£fQ — 2. A gold ornament 

for the nose. 

©^91 — W. 8 (ST. ©9.^ - ^ ' ^ G(S,9 'i ^ a ^^^' — 
Chirdiba 1. To be angry; to 

5JJt 9 fg^j become irritated.. 

ftWIT, fe?5Tt * I 9SgG99i — 2. To be displeased. 

[©9l(G9)Q^l-&»$%9] ** I §3§ 39ia 9Q9I— 

3. To give vent to anger 
or displeasure.. 
©@Q® €991— G9. $ — ©9 V ©9GQ9I — 

Chirdibhirdi heba To be teased or irritated. 

(©§>9$699l— TOmQA) 
©G9Q— G9. 5— fl!9 GaiQ9l 6 Q39|Qlcf 9^9 QtQ©- 
Childei 9l©ai€Q ^fll 6St 9I^S«— A small 


99K 


©CQtit 


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©©asicr 




basket made o£ thin stripe of bamboo 
to put in and wash the fish for cooking. 

©G@l«*— GQ 9*.— e^S* (69«) 

Chirdola Chirdala (See) 

©€t— gq. M.^-a^eas— 

Chini * Small. 

€ji«SQ3 9fl«Q ©flagflw i Si- 1» («©) I 
gi. ©.— ©© (G9fl) 

Chini (See) 

€Q. «J. -©§}©& (G9«l) 

Chini chini (See) 

Chini cbampa Chini champa (See) 

©SteSt^GQ. a ■( acsoQM )— «. i qp'flicf si©gwi$ 

Chinichini §3 g|Qg a©GWI; GQ$Q QIGO 'ifllC© ' 

^RE*; «©Q9 Q§9\ — 1- Acute twitchingor 

twinging sensation resetfrbling that' 

of pricking the body with needle- 
points; pin-prick sensation. 

2 S Tinkling sound of slightly broken 
metal drums,. bells etc. 

* 1 Q$>® qocq a©i aifl $$ q.Sa^ ai3 a©l- 

QQQQ Q$n$ QfijQSQ GSQ S© <$<; *£.9GQ 

aa^io GTOI aq^. ©§>2iiQ to— 3. The 

sound when a cocoanut fruit is shaken 

about at a stage when the water inside 
it is almost dried up. 

©9q«JQ— cq. e?— ©©fQQ ( G9<3 > 

Chinisindura Chinisindura ( See ) 

€)9 v (^)— e - I I G^ia Q©QI — 

Chit (root) 1- To feel 

-> rC»;S^I — 2. To know. 

^— «T- 9 ( ©© ai§_+q9, ^) _ v ' •** ©$9§ — 
Chit ^ "" 1. Intellect, 

9 I GCWm— 2. Spirit. 
* I €©£>©!—- 3, Consciousness, 
v I 031— -4. Soul. 

+ 1 ( +©& § a) «cf ($. aQqi<a$)-^5. Fire. 


*.« (go^CM) wtQQ-i/aai— «°©© s qqi©©- 

A Sanskrit suffix indicating any.- 

t&s^ g<*>. (s. ©$>—$9% ^a% $a$a$q Qg$»i%; 

^QQaieij q9Ql«1 — 1. Upper-aide; front 
side (e. g of a coin). 
[ 9— 331© G9Q ai«€Q qeic? q§ aw ©1% *©o[ 
<§ aSTOq a\ ei ai^ G9iqat« i ] 

J 1 QlQ® 0«j©; fv ^aQ^QQ G9IC19I— 
2. Lying flat on the back, 

* 1 s&gs>GQ $w<$\q aqe© qq\q Q§p®\$ 

GWI — 3- The condition of being laid 

flat on the ground by the adversary in 

contest. 

* I QQ9 GOQGQ Q€e©Q GGQ 9t<3) QQQSJ 

69IQ a^QI Wgi— 4. The state of 

a cowrie falling flat when thrown on 

the ground. 

Supine; lying flat on the back. 

sect 60960 a^» gi€9* cusi aiQ eq C91Q g-siiq^cq— 

©0«t€J9l— «<?• ^— fl$q$CG> CQQI ^G»«l^ ^9gQ 
Chit karibf ^Q€)q9t Q§ aoiQ Ol a© Q.QGQ ?»i^ 
rf^^l Q@Ql — To throw the adversary on 

fgrfSR^iT his back in an athletic contest. 

©?^ N G»«I— G9. 9— «9« 6991% 6€Jl^9l« WtyQ 
Chit kat heba ©9 G9IQ ^96Q G«1Q a^QI — To lie 
fFS^f^^Sl flat on the ground stretehing out 

one*s hands and legs 

©»a^- G9. 9 ( wgoief© q^QQ ) — q^at^i 6 aSai^ 

Chitpat .£$$§ G9i^9l aQiafQ ^aQg9 6 

fB^sfe*|S» fswi'j ooq<5 ( aai— qgi, Q€gf) )— 

ferE:, ^?r3lNT Head and tail; cross and pile, 
front and back (e. g. of a coin). 

69. $3— QfcOtlSr ( G9« )— 

ChitpatSng ( See ) 

©© N 9*lfir v — G9- M-— QQG19 ^ OQ a©©— 

Chit patafig Fallen with the face upwards. 

fcs*#K €9. 9.— QflQ%qV G>© a©©— 

r^dMd A fall with the face upwards, 

( o©a$icr x — «©i^a) 




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a©©§© g$is© N » a,g ® 

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a^JISi q»l ©Q©<3g$ ^' ^ 1 q I q 

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€)© V 9Q0~ G©. Q.— 9Q9|I §ljg«0l©Qr 9l«lS>G€l<9— 
Chit pabana A sub class amongst the Marahatta 
f&S*R«* Brahmans. 

fa^r^r [ g— q.©iQ «wi°a ©i§<a <g> siaiq^ i] 
©9ais — c©. 9.— §©at (g©«0 

V V, V v. 

Chitpat Chitpat (See) 

G©. M. — ©*©Ei*lGr^(G©ai) 

Chit patang (See) 
©9 919^— G©. 9— ©?0t (G©$) 

Chit pat Chitpat (See) 

GQ. ©<S. — O ©aSISr, (€Q«) 

Chit patang (See) 
o©a '^ ^q Qsi© ©soigo t ©§i?#\ «wfliQS«t i 
§©—3. m— (o ai^=eg$ ©§©!-(-©&©)— 

Chita ^ l GQ(9«IGfi||f G9tQ Ci©l ©q JSHQ^I — 

1. Heaped up. 
? I S^Sil© — 2. Gathered; collected; 

compiled, 
w I Sf©— *-3. Stored. 

v | QQ<$t — 4. Corapoeed. 

* I 9$|*l©© — 5 Performed; edited. 
9 I ^?© — 6. Strung together. 

9 1 SJ$!©© — 7. Covered up. 

r I Qllg —8. Diffused; spread. 

« I (EPS EJS* SBQ QQ^) G©l©l SlIQq©!— 

9 Picked. 
■e. Q. — ( © ai$+q^. © )— * i o^q. gg<5>- 

$GJ61—1. Collection; gathering. 
J I g©OQ — 2, Compilation. 

* I ffft£fSi Sfl© €©i©9l ©3—3. Picking (fruits 

and flowers.) 
o I €i©| ©Q©|-4 Heaping up; amassing. 

si. s* ( sr. ©§)— ©^ (6©si) 

Chitta (See) 

3iG©. (©aifl) si— Gi?S5; saasis q$i 5 aera^r q^e- 
As you wish; so be it; yes. 
[ §—$%»© ©1 9I©S C9ta3 a»GQQ G©G© 

6?>€HG© G9QQ *aoai» f 9% atf* Q©ii© .^w- 
., ,r|p9 ©i©i %9iai<» ©«isl 69MG© G^taQ *©>©, 


€>©«*- G©. ©. ( e. ©£©; <^Q GQ93I© Gffi^lGENQI 
Chitau Qici 69IQ3©I^ )— ©li§$> §fi©QG«W— ' 
f^5^5 ^(W ^1; *llHC4 A sort of perforated steam- 
boiled pancake swollen on one side. 

009 flio^i ca«Q o® «s 9isQ as eotf s^ifl* 1 

[©— ^Q©^©lf §OQ 951 G9§ §0^ QQ $QGQ 
G©fi*Sj5?GQ SMS ©I $9G© G«llf<S q^ GOlQtlCU 

&m< o^ gq^QGQ ai3s«i3i4 1 < B01 . ©i^^JQ 

3^ ^<] I -<39!Q €©991© SQ G9IQ2IK1 6 ^9Q Q*» 
ffQfflM I ] 

§3$ afliQi^il — G^- 9. ( 3. ©$© 6 afliQWi )— 
Chitau-amabasya fil^sifligQ 213191^1 — 

The Amabasya or newmoon of the 

mouth of Srabana in which chitau cakes 

are offered to the Deities. 

[ 5— -o qs> sn £tfqia?Q e©i<a3 .94 6 ©©q 

§01 G.QA 9<J; G93Q g^ ^93^16© S2il ©©Q 

SOI ©Q -GWG9^ 6^!«» OTQ < OR? Ql»© 

©€i§J I ] 

€>©€$ 92Q — G© ©— 9©9Siq_ ^9^ 9I3G© Q^9QI SUb. 

Chitau khia €iQ r ©Q|Q eiy§2fl aiQ 8piO«J^6 ©^IQQT 

*rfo,itw a^aoiQ©! 6©gj 9oi© giqgl 6 a^iQiQ— 

^TT?f Sweetmeats and victuals sent on the occasion 
cf the 7th month of pregnancy of a 

relative. 

€>©^ ©cj£- G©. §— <i©g©iQ sjq qj^ ©crj9 as; 

Chitau chidgur^i 3g©2 ©Q^-— A very minute 

^3*1^(6^ shrimp. 

[ © — ©€)©! 6 qWQ «iq©€?©*a ^^ * 9S * SS * 

<qi6© 9a§j I gqg© <ifli©^aiaq^a3«i3 <»w 
^i3i©G© q^icj got asi 9«iQ Qisii^ 1 J 
©oegjli— 69. Q«. q°— ■(q% ( s^ o?aa©i aio) gsiq ©i§ 

Cbitau-muhaS 9^G©G© q9 £TQQ ©CJSiqjJI G9lQat<3- 

(©©€59 Slf ~~ ^1) (term of abuse applicable to males) 

A person always assuming a 

scowling face. 

ao^ao^tei —sic© (««»«) §— tog© 5g©o©i ©Q9i— 

Chitaku aniba To take into consideration, 

SOSqq— GQ. ©— ©^G«k$ (GQfl) 

Cbita chora Chitta cborS (See). 


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'aid' «> ask© 'sis' eaiecV3aVfl©aa •serrate?; 'sqle qiqc© *<?®^ coSec* 'asV » aiotft WgqSg?, '»©?©' ft qiqg© 'a^e'wSc? i 


©©©—91 (Q©©) © 6 §<si— ©3 (G©«) 
Chitara Chitra (See). 

©©q— gt (Q©©) 3d ($. ©^F©)— * i ©$©— 

Chitara l.j[Painted. 

2 I ©l©i©$©ii©^ — 2. Multi-coloured. 

©©Q(6©)SM— 91 (Q©©) «*—©«* ©©©I— 
Chitara(e)iba To paint. 

©©q aioq— ate©. («i«klq) ©— w^qp (w«> 

Chitara inatara Anantamula (See) 

©©«>— G©. ©. ( e. ©$8*© )— OTOIfflq $Wt©l© flftr 
Chitala ©GS^ — A large sweet-water^fish; 

jVi>«1 Notopteris Chitala. 

ferasT [ g—^gjQq- gg ^gqjj a^ g©i©^ ; W 
coaii; <3fliew ffooi^Q^ cacGQ«*9i© 6 ©q©ig© 
ti9i© adtf), ©asj 5 g©©g© ©i© as i oic® ©cBq 

9©I9£[ 9&IG© ©©© ©© ©©6© ©9§) 6 ©q, 

©a^ I <jqi«r ©^ q© 0© ©q ©9 ©i©i©£Hk 1 ©9- 
99 ©©© sis aes g©«i« ©©is aq ©3,1 6 ©$9i 

^©!© GQfllSIQ a§ I 
©Qi— a. ©. (© ai^=gg© ©©©i+©£ ©+q). a)— 

Chita t i ©$ (G3M) — 1. Oven. 

-> I a©©t©-Ojfl ; ©£; ©Q— 2. Funeral pyre. 

* ! Q©©l©ief ©©©©iqqlf— 3. A pile of wood 

for cremation. 

v I flaiS; aaiO — 4. Cremation-ground 

■c*frl;ftfr g©. ©. ( e. ©9 )— * i ©ai© 6 aqq© 

OTJ a©*!!©*! S»SfG© a§© ©»© ©I WQ 

©I©I9©I© ©ft— -I. Signs made with sandal 

and other pastes on the forehead and 

otherjparts of the bodys. 

> i ^gq©st ©qi©g© c©©iQ©rf©© ©i g%i8- 

2, Tips (circular points) put by 
females on the forehead. 

* I ©§l QQ©— 3. Sandal -paste. 

feF v I ^1GQ©SIG©- SI * ©l®1 9iq G©9© Q© ©q 

3W sQ!«i ai«»€€§caq" aisP ©^ Gfi5«§— 

4. Various designs permanently engrav- 
ed on the body of females with needle 

and black paint. 


* i ttjjwi ©ai© 9i g^zagQ ( Ga^oiGQ qqq 

Gtiai C»qai<3 ) — 5 The middle of the 
forehead; the space between the two 

eyebrows. 
( saai — Gil GOfittf ©OK Q© I ) 

9 i <$% qwiqq s*qa— 

6. Finely pasted sandal or other ointment. 
( gal— WI^l ©©1 s$ ©119.1 ) 

9 I ^1G«I©^ ©<S© W ©18 6 ©©I^GQ 9o% 
6 ©<? fiq GQ«i9©i ©•& — 

7. Drawings and paintings made on walls 
and doors with rice-paste or lime. 

r I ©©|fll% ( QS ) ( G9«l ) 

8. Chitaparu ( tree ) ( See ) 

d I <]©©iS^ Gas ©I©; ©Whig; ©9I©|Q — 

9. A spotted tiger; leopard. 

\« I 9$ c ff ©I©; l Q? 9I§>I— 
10. The sign of the vowel f i* in Ordia (viz. 
*^ ') put on the top of a consonant. 

( aai— '©' g© e©i GQ6© f ©' * ) 

[ 5— G©«l£[ a©ai©siie©«it«i©lGq8<3«a©iQ©i' 

6S>G« 'Q* ©l©<8 ©©I G©ISl ©9^ I ] 
©©I 8fll©iq*ll— G©. ©— ©©^ asilWil ( G©9 ), 
Chita amabasya Ohitau amabasya ( See ) 

€>©IQ©I— G©. $— * I ©G©iQ©l ( G©« ) 
Chitaiba 1. Chitoiba ( See j 

-> I ©G©«©l ( G©« ) 
2 Chiteiba( See ) 

©oiq-gi. §— ©©€i { c©« ; 

Chitau Chitau { See ) 

©©1 ©q©i-_g©.©— -a© aG©©aiai©G© 9Q© 6©a©i© 

Chita kariba fi^aiQ©! — To put sandal-paste 

©Ol ©ll©l \ or other mark on the fore 

©©IQ©©I I k 69 ^ and body after bathing. 

©©lGQ©©l)-?i©«i%a 
©©IG©©I 
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2. To cheat; to hoodwink. 
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Chita kuta(e)iba Causative form of 'Chita 

kutiba'. 

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^fe^Nl To tattoo the body of a person. 

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Chitaparu C tree ) ( See ) 

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Chitagni * sooioia a&. cjq — 

( OIGQ— SlOiqp ) Funeral fire. 

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Chita chaitana The daily deyotional acts of a 

Hindu 

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1. To draw figures on the wall, door and 

floor with rice-paste or lime- 
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2. To hoodwink; to cheat. 

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Chita pati QtfloiQ O-^ — Leaf-like painting of 

sandal-paste on both sides of the 

forehead. 
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Chitapari • Chitaparu ( See ) 

©0191$— €0- 9. ( 3. 0"$© ) — $QQGSS— A kind of 

Chitaparu bush; Plumbago Zeylanica. 

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1 I aQIO 01 01 G3.OO§)0 — 1- Zeylanica. 
3 1 OIQO OI 01 OgO^pO — 

2. Plumbago Eosea or the Lead-wort. 
** I OOIO'OI 01 ^|0J)0 — 3- Plumbago. 

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Chita per^i v I OQOGa^^ 0»OGa§»i Q$\$ aeioeig. 
F^R^ QQGO ©QO 01 QOO G^iq SIM — 

4. A slab of stone on which sandal wood is 
reduced to paste by rub bing 

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sites for painting Tilajsa or^andal-paste 

are kept. •» 


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Chitabagha Leopard; spotted tiger; Cynaelurus 
f&ssfaN JaleatuS. 

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Chita bhasma o©ia Q ai^€|— 

The ashes of a funeral pyre. 

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Chita randS m$<$ Wl^Q a%9GQ€; GiiSQQl — 

fifrl A carpenter's email plane which 

^ZTT^PT leaves minute furrows on the wood. 

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Chitarohana $}Q 3GGf GQI9 G9l$ £|l«Qiia QQQI 

€}9TO ©©9li QQ3Q3 geJI — Theobesolete 
custom of women ascending the funeral 
pyre of their late husbands and thus 
being burnt to ashes with their hus- 
bands' corpse. 
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ChitalSgi amabasya Chitau amabasya (See) 

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Chitalagi heba To paint the body with marks of 

sandal-paste. 

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Chita saga A species of medicinal herb. 

4>©isw«— e. 9. (9ril To; os>i+giatt )— 055&I Qi 

Chita sadhana s%9| q® TOQ99Q SSI9 G9QI 
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aro «i£e qiaaieGM (9. awifiiQ)— 

A tantric rite consisting of counting 
one's particular formula in the cremation- 
ground at dead of night on certain 
days of the lunar fortnight, 

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Chiti 1. Funeral pyre 

9 I W; ^S— 2. A heap; collection. 


SWICWKP — 3 - Finding out ^ the solid 
contents of a stock of brick, fuel, bay 
etc. of uniform dimensions. 
v l Q^jQlQQ qn— 4. A heap of brisks etc. 

5. Knowledge about immaterial things. 

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6. Heaping up; gathering, 

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7, Consecration of the sacrificial fire, 
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8 Brick masonry. 

.* 1 GO^QGW (§. €l^gi€IQ)— 9, Consciousness. 

1» I S^TOQi aiQ'Q^^Q CF^l€)QCa^(@.€lQgi€tQ)- 

10. Consecration of the bricks for building 

a sacrificial platform. 

■.--"• - - 11. Goddess DurgS. 

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"f&5t 099^1 ©ftl 4 Ml QlfilfllQ-1. Black and white 

f%3t spots appearing on a cloth on.it&i£ang kept 

wet for a long time; mildew; mould. 

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2. Chiti sapa (See) 

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Chit (See) 

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Chitika 1. Belt; waist-chain. 

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Chitipata Chitpatang (See) 

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Chitipati Ql^Old^flq $IO£IS| — A plank 

worked with various designs and put 

on the lower face of a cross-beam in a 

thatched house 

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Chiti byabahara <. \ Q|gc$ 696© Qtl 91 aei€} 

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( $. assies ) — 

1. The mathematical calculation for find- 
ing out the number of bucks or stones 
for a wall or house. 

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S2JQQ Mil aq QC9 | ] 

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©S« (mQQ)— 2. The rule for finding 

out the cubical contents of a heap of 

bricks of hay mass. 

* I e«if< gaQSWa ©^q«— 3. Calculation 

of the cubic measure of a pile (H. W.)» 

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Chitimat Chitpatarig (See) 

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q^ii -we) Sgswi— . 

1. ( fishes exhausted or dying) To float or 

swim on water_with bellies turned upside 

or by displaying the flat sides. 

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913 C<flQ89|— 2. (cloth) To be soiled 

with black or white spots (due to being 

kept wet for a long time). 

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G$9I; fllQQQQ qlew — 3. ( athlets ) To' 
come down with the back to the ground 
after making a dexterous jump ! jnto 

the air 
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Chitira Ql. 9«— 0*$©; ©©q— Painted. 


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Chitir5 ^ 1. Painted. 

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2. Multicoloured; mottled, 
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Name for calling Chitrananda. 
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Chiti sapa <©g©|Q g (a — A kind of hoodless snake 
f&ft with circular marks on the body. 

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Chitu ggj^Q €at ^ a q$ G9IQ Qf)9i a«9gi— 

The state of a cowrie ( shell ) falling 
with its ventral side upwards in a game 
^ with cowries. 

9169. (Cl&iq) 9<fl~Q9 ( qito a^ )— 

Waste ( paper etc ). 

(aai— o^owo i ) 

Ohifeuaiba Chitoiba (See) 

€>$Otf}— G9. 9. («. ©<$?) -©$£>; gQ^t — 

Chituana Ramenbrance; recollection . 

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Chitukuta Obitraktita ( See ) 

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Chitulu G9S QQQ^ G9IQ 9f)9!— 

The state of all the cowries being thrown 
on the ground with the ventral side 
upwards in a game with cowries. 
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Chiteiba 1, Chitoiba ( See ) 


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2. To lie with the face upwards. 
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JWf*iI, %^T«rT 1 ♦ To remind a person of some 
(© G^Q9I — a«i%a) matter. 

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2. To remember; to recollect. 

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3 To cause to rise from sleep; to rouse 
from sleep; to awaken. 

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4. To caution or warn a person. 

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(OleiQ— SOiqfl) 1. Shout; loud sound. 

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2, Scream; hue and cry. 
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y I ftffy aq*PQ«— 2. Heart. 

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v I Q9I; 5>Q©— 4. Wish; liking; will. 

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Chittaku aniba <$Sq G99I — 1- To grieve for. 

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1, To seem to be likely- 

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2, To appear. 

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3. To make a deep impression on 

one's mind. 

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4. To meet with one's approval. 

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Chitta garbha Lovely; beautiful, graceful. 

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©§ ©«f— 3. ©«U ti —*. I © QfltfQ Cl^Sf— 

Cbitta garbha 1. Feminine of Chittagarbha. 

y i (699©) ci&rcw oq?(9IQ e9siai^9i(%1)— 

2. (vedic) Visibly pregnant (women). 

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Chitta chanchalya t [ $\q§q QQ£9C1 — 

1* Anxiety; mental disturbance. 

> I 3©9S; 5^19; a|€!Ol9— 2. Derangement 

of mind; loss of mental faculty; 

madness. 

& I WI§19Q ag^©^ Si9 c i9§9©^l — 

3. Fickleness of mind. 

v | ©°©^9nQ9E)©| — 4. Bewilderment. 

* I *V Q£i§Q SQ9 — 5-. Loss of memory. 

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9©ft©©— o\ Absence of mind; inattention.. 

Chitta chalana aQ^QQI— Exercise of the mental 

faculties. 

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Chittachora Chittachaura (See) 

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Chittachaura A lover (literally— a stealer 

of one's heart) (M. W.) 

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Chittaja Chitta janra a ( See ) 

©«€»!—*. 9 (9§<a§; © ^+e<4©> «fll. t©)— 3©3©i 
Chittajanma QQ9; ©13 — Cupid; the G-od of love. 

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Chittajata ^ Cupid. 

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Chittajna ge©l«0 ^9^. SiS. aiSQ; fl9t; «MI^ 

qq One who understands another's 

mind or sentiment- 

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Chittadosha Qg^iq9 ^|QQ9©4^a G^l^— Tne 

mental defect of want of mental 

knowledge. 

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Chittadrabaka gg<g e<S)QIQ 9< — 

That which melts the heart with pity. 

Chittapramathi QQ^ <.fl|. ^9. )— 

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1. Confusing ones mind. 

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2, Exciting any one's passion or lore. 

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(9©9?1I9— ^©SQQ) 1. Satisfaction; contentment. 
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2. Tranquility of mind. 

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friendship (M. W.) 

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Chittabiutti q^ — Mental faculties; emotion; 

feeling. 

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Chittajoni §^»S'j 9^; Wff — 

Cupid; God of Love. 


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ChittaraTJjana SIQmQ fl©^_ ©§ ©Q9I — 

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another- pleasing a person; enchantment. 
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enrapturing; enchanting; charming, 
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Chittaranjana dasa S»GQI©©Q £©©1 — 

The late C. E. Das of Bengal. 

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Chittarasa Deep love of the heart. 

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Purity of mind, 
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(©Qffflhl— %1) Knowing the thoughts of others 

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Chittasamunnati Pride; haughtiness (M, W.) 

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Chittasthirata QG©©^©©! — Mental serenity or 
(©^€g^ c * — a©H^.€l) settledness. 

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Chittaharaka ©^©ig ; 9191 3QQ GQq< — 
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charming. 
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fascinating; attractive. 

Chittakarahaka ©Q9| — 

Fascination; enchantment . 

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Chittakarshana (See) 

Chittapaharaka Chittakarahaka (See> 

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Chittasatiga ^ | gtfiq — 1, Love, 
> I G3$ — 2 Affection. 
*> ! 2JQ<SJ£l — 3. Attachment. 

Chitte aaiba £><a|£M— To seem; to appear. 

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Chittoiba 1- To remember. 

W©Q!; GOQIQ9I— 2. To remind 
• | tflWIfl S©91 --3. To caution, 

Chittotkarsha Mental excellence. 

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Chittodbega 


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Chittonnati *, \ $qq$$qe «©gl — 

1. Mental improvement. 
t "I q^v_2. Pride. 
* I SH^GI^— 3- Self esteem, 

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Chitra (root) To paint, 

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Chitra t. | si^san — !• Wonder; miracle. 


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3. Picture; drawing. 

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5. Map; painter's tablet. 
I HQia — 6. The sky. 

7. A circlet or mark painted on the body 
or forehead with sandal paste etc. 

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8 Variegated colour. 
c l ( +Q9.'-a )— QSff; QfifW9l— 

9. Painting. 

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10 Jama-, the God of death. 

11. The Castor oil plant, 

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L2. The Jonesia Asoka tree. 

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13. The Leadwart plant. 
\* f QHj ^<3ff— 14. Writing. 
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19. Ohitragupta ( See ) 
fttfl-— «. I ^WeOQj 9©§) — 1. Wonderful; 

astonishing, 

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* 1 geifleieai — 

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* l 2l3l£il©ai — 6. Extraordinary^ 

distinguished 
9 I <?J©I9©IQ© — ^ Of various kinds. 

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forehead. 

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5. Chireita ( See ) 

9 I WCIS ( ft. W3IQQ )— 

6. Castor seed plant. 

9 I qO^QCia (ft. «WI3Q) (W«l) 

7. Muchukunia tree ( See ) 
r I 0§WQ — 8. A painter. 

t I €jp s ^Q ( ft. a©SI€16) )~9. Hero 

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©■g , ©l < ?| i EJQrff©iq|— Painting. 

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Chitrakaatha J 1. Pegeon- 

? I ©GQI© ~ 2. Turtle-dove, 
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Chifcrakambala A variegated carpet. 

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Chitrakara giq G©W3 a©iaq ©GTI<3 — 

1. Painter; artist. 

> I ©i^GP© ©IQ^GQ'S — 2. A low mixed caste 

amongst the Hindus who are painters. 
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* I ©S>€l ^9 (GQfii) —3. Tinisa tree (See) 
©tfQ^ -«t. 9 — <• I ©GMQ©I ©lA— 1. Painting. 

Chitrakarma > | giO^Q^l — 2. Adornment; 

ornament; decorating.. 
<*i i ©p sjqtQ — 3. Drawing; pictures, 

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Chitrakarma 1. Painter. 

> I ©©€1 QS (ft. 9©qiei©) G©« — 2, Tinisa, 

tree (See). 

* I SW ©fl ©©©I «**§— 3. A performer of 

wonderful works. 

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Chitrakabya 910m— A composition in which the 

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shapes. 

Chitrakaya eg©— With spotted body. 
(©P0iqi-d) *• ^ _ ffftWiQ— Spotted leopard. 

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Chitrakara Chitrakara (See) 

Chitrakari 1. The art of painting. 

> I op ® a & *W ^ WI S[ ( §- sOTIstQ)— 
2. The profession of a painter. 

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G3?G0 80fl0 I — A mountain in Bundel- 
khanda now called Comptch, about 
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9 I ©CQIO (GOO)— a - Chitora (See) 
(SQiG^SQ 96©IQQ <|ft Glfl to I 

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3_ Name of a peak of the Himalayas. 
60. 0— «TC&i 93$— Wonderful; hypocricy. 

ChitrakTut 9§)9S ( ^* )— Chitrakara ( See ) 


Chitraketu q#— 1. The name of a son of 

Lakshmana, 

2. Name of a son of Garur^a. 

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3. Name of a king of Surasena country. 

©eq^—s. (oici) (9^=6Q€ip+^=ea qsi sea)— 

Chitragupta <. | oqo^a SW ^% ^Q©^ — 

1. One of the 14 Jamas of the Hindus; 
said to be the notary public or recorder 

of the acts of every human being. 

2. Record keeper of the Hindus God of 

death.. 

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3 I Q§> Wl — 2 * Drawing a picture. 

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Chitratandula Baibir^ariga (. See ) 

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Ohitratwak The birch tree * 

Chitradandaka Wild-arum. 

©$€MI— *. 0. <l— ««TOI a*- The myna bird; 
Chitranetra Jurdus salika. 

©«ggi — «. o. ( o^olgi ©p+aa )— Q^OOfll — 

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sir<i- «tcq$<i at — 

1. Canvas; painting tablet. 

2. Piece of paper or cloth on which a 

painting is executed. 

MQItl— W. 9— <39Q C9«Sh% Q«f 9?G1GG* B9€fy 

Chitrapati G9€f 3*8 QG9 — The difference 

between the whole length and the 

inside measurement of a house. 

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Chitrapalu ©QlGjQI — Carpenter's small plane 

Chitrapichchhaka Peacock. 

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Chitrapitula Chitrapituli ( See ) 

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Chitrapunkha SQ, VIS— Arrow. 
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Chitrapurhsa A strange man. 

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The likeliness of a man painted on a 

canvas. 

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Chitrapiushtha G>»9$T as|. <3Q 9f20 — 

Sparrow. 

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Chitraphala 1. Chitraphalaka 2 ( See ) 
J I 9Giq© — 2. Melon 
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Gahama kakurcli ( See ) 
©^STQQ— *. 9- ( #q1 ©» N i ©p-t-ETa^ ) — 

Chitraphalaka V I Opafc— 1- Canvas; a tablet 

for painting. 

> \ ©9ft SIS — 2. A species of flat; large 

sweet water fish. 

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Chitraphala v I Qi^§) — 1. Cucumber. 

> I 9IQM — 2. Egg plant. 

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v.| &efg qoi — 4. A kind of kreeper. 

* I Ml fliS — 5. A kind of fish. 
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Chitrabada]a The boal fish. 

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Chitrabarha f, | qqQ — 1. Pea-cock. 

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2 I^ame of a son of Garuwla. 

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Chitraballika The boal fishj the sheat fish, 
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Chitraballi t ] 99^ qqi — 

1. A wonderful creeper. 

2. Name of a creeper. 
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Chitrabardi qQ| a^ — A painted stick used by 

children. 

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Chitrabichitra ^ | «ea q^ p| QpgQ 9^0 — 

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? I afia§9tl — 2. Mottled; variegated- 

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Chitrabiutti QiEHMM— • Of wonderful action. 
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Chitrabhanu ^ | ao" — l.Fire. 
> I S£h — 2. The sun. 

* I 3ls?SI$3lQ g£j — 3. The twin sons of 

Aswini; the Heavenly physicians. 
, v 1 ©QiaiQ €IQ — 4. The Leadwort shrub. 

* I g3g}9$ $9 — 5 The god Siba. 

9Q9IWQ S1GW — 6. The father of 
Arjuna's wife Chitrangada. 
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7. The swa]low wort plant. 
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Chitra maniba To be ashtonished. 

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Chitramada aopg© Q© 91 GgfoQ §9 G<$£ 

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by a woman on , seeing the picture of 
her absent husband or lover. 

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Chitramatsya Chitraphalaka 2 (See) 

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Chitramachhi G^tQ^QI SIS© ©tf — 

A representation of a flea painted on the 

cheek of women. 

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Chitramruga Spotted deer. 

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Chitramekhala ©•§§§© ( GQ€I ) 

Chitrapichchhaka (See) 
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young man and viceversa. 

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Chitrajodhi 1. A name of Arjuna. 

) l afi^ja ( G9<a ) 

2. Arjuna tree ( See) 

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Fighting wonderfully. 

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Chitraratha §)©gG© QS©9il$T €l<^ ©10 «W- 
§£33 — 1, Name of a Gandharba. 

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? I stff<i — % The sun. 

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3. Name of a grandson of grikiushna. 

v 1 sicrGQSiQ ©g^i qoi (wiqs©)— 

4. Name of a king of Anga. 

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5. A king of the Jadu dynasty. 
€)«GQ«II— €9. ?— ^ I ^®l — li ^ac-dye. 

Chitrarekha ^ I qd'w€lil9G€l , a— 

2, Name of a heavenly nymph. 

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3. Name of a female companion o£ Ushaj 
the daughter of demon Bana. 
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Chitrala . Variegated. 

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Chitralata Munjistha)« 

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Chitralekha Q<aiQ gefl — 1,A companion of Ush&, 

the daughter of king Bana. 

2. Name of a heavenly nymph. 

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e g. Q ,_^ | ©p a«5o— 1. Drawing of pictures. 

/ I qiQ — 2 - Tne ^yna Dird 

* | qja^__3. Pea-cock. 

Chitralekhani Painter's brush. 

Chitralochana Chitranetra (See) 

Chitrasardduia Leopard; panther. 

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1. Picture-gallery; art-gallery. 

ai-4 — 2. Art-museum. 

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3. Painter's studio. 

ChitrasSlika Chitrasala (See) 

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Chitrasikhandija +©S> v al$_+"©<§. «)— GW$% 
Q?HQ — Bruhaspatij the preceptor of 

the Gods. 

WSflftf— 3. 3. (©P+&KH-Q©; WU *Q.)— 
Chitrasikhandi 1 I W a««* .^9 qS— *■ The 

collective name of 7 sages— Marichi and 

sis others. 

2. The constellation of Ursa major. 

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Chitrasena 1. Name of a son of Dhrutarashtra. 


2I$G$Q SCrtaS»— 2. Name of a 
Gandharba, the music precepter of 

Arjuna. 

3. Name of a warrior who fought for 

the Pamjabas. 

v I qj%Q a1q q©l3G9*3 — 4. Name of a king 

% . of the Puru dynasty. 

5* Name of a son of demon Sambara 

Chitrahasta 1. A slight of hand in fighting r 

> \ QSIISI© QGiQffl (^IGQQ,) — 
2. I'he extended palm. 
e. Q«. y—qstG^ag^— Deft handedin war. 

Chitra (gg§ OQO G^lt G<5*«l)— !• The 14th of 

the 27 lunar mansions. 

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o?i gccr <ie9 aoggi ooq;— Qai9ia. easi ' 

■ ? 1 aaeq^ea'a— 

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so 1 ©©gia — 3. The spotted snake, 
v \ v*- S19GIQ e$ © 2GQiQ6Sl^ — 

4. Name of a Sanskrit metre of 

15 syllables. 
* I QQ196M— 5 - Name of a river. 
9 I WIQ qal^ea^-S. Name of one of _ the 
companions of Radhika- 
9 J q^gi — 7. The Indian madder. 
r l qiqi — 8. Delusion. 

< 1 v€^a^1 (g. afi?QiciQ) (€<?«) _ 

9, Mushikaparnni (See). 

<.o 1 Ql9S»(a- QOTIW)— 10 - Cuonmber. 
11. A kind of knotted grass.. 

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12. Danfci ( tree ) (See). 

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13. Baibirdanga (See). 

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14, Akhukarnni (See). 


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16. Name of a secondary musical note. 

17. A mottled cow. 

18. A stringed musical instrument of 

ancient India. 
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©61QQI— G9. 9 (ST. ©^)— ^ I CQfa9 9§ S*3GQ ©3 1 
Chitraiba a<?ft ©§91 — 1- To draw- pictures 
fM<$"«fl on a thing. 

*W > I 3^© ©©91; MNQQI— 2. To paint. 

Chitra gunduri A kind of spotted sand borer. 

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©tfiQ*— g. 9<a ( 9§©1@; Sp+acf )— 

Chitranga r | flIQf GW Q$G> — 1. Multicoloured; 

having a dappled body. 
q—K I QQ 3ia — 1- A kind of spotted snake. 
J I ©"§)%€! — 2. Spotted deer. 
* I GJ&Q $1 Q.ft — The red Leadwort. 
■w I QGP ft— 4 Vermillion. 

5. A large flat sweet- water-fish; 

Notopheris Chitala 

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<1© qj) — 1. A son of king Santanu. 

(©S>icfqi— %}) -» i ciw©6s<s— 

2. Name of a Gandharba. 
• I ©©Q° 91 Qaij G©€IQ©GW fffi^QQ 
(A9IQG}©) — 3. Name of a king of ancient 

Kalinga. 

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Chitrangada 1 . The wife of Arjuna, 

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3. Name of a wife of Rabana. 

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Chitrangi deba qq^i — 1, To cheat. 

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.(9WWWI "^ 2. To fly away steal- 

thily. 

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Ohitraphala Gahamakakurdi (See) 

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Ohitrabasu A clear night with stars 

shining in the sky; 

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Chitrarpita 2I§©— 1. Painted in a picture. 

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ftU,©— 2. Still or quiet as a painting. 

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Ghitrika q|g ; copfliq~The month of Chitra. 

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Chitrini (js^ Gfl^l)— One of the 4 classes of 

females as classified in the Hindu 

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Chitrita *. | Qg©- ©g>|QQ— 1. Painted. 
) I SQO — 2. Drawn; delineated. 

ar\ 1 q@Q — 3 Variegated; chequered. 

f I 9191 Q&S^ — 

4. Of various colours. 

5. Spotted; mottled. 

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Chitriba J . To paint. 

fbfa^ 3Tl ©SQ © a,a SQQIG9IGO — 

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5 I ( ^S^lia ) ©©§) ©$SI 9§9); 9^91 9Q9I— 

2. ( figurative ) To paint; to describe 

vividly. 

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Cbitresa Q§— The moon 

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Chitreswara Name of a Sibalinga said to have 
been established by Chitragupta. 

€>G£l§>— ST. 9. ( £&»|. ©P+R§ )— <* 1 SB^IQQl^il— 
Cbitrokti 1, A voice from the sky. 

J I «IQQ 9!9h — 2- Wonderful words. 

3. Speech full of rhetorical excellence, 

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Chitrottara 09 QGCf <39 9Q9I69 ffll« — 

An artistic composition which is the 

question and the answer at the 

same time. 

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Chitrotpala 9Q # efi^^ "Water lily of variegated 

colour. 

Ohitrotpaj.a 1- The ancient name of the 

Mahanadi river. 

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-> 1 ©to $%\§ aQ€55Soiq^9i<s»iQg9i wqqiq 

aiai©Ql3GQ«— 2. A branch of the 

Mahanadi rising at Aitipur in Cuttack 

District. 

SlIOlqQ Q@* CG^iqpl QQ. qQ a€jeS9 aiQG19^iS — 

* I flfii4q« f QlflQqsi^i 6 fli9 c Ggqqfi|« fl^GQ 

asai9 a^?©% 91919991 w?Ga<3 ( @. w- 

5!i€19 )— 3. Name of a mythological 

river of India. 

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Chitropala agGQ)- WflQCOIg 9<3l9Ga , a (g. 9S- 

9I9Q) — Name of a river of ancient India. 

©a«l— *S9. 9. ( 3. ©^a)— «q^; ^%Cr; <J999IQ 
Chithala q€1 — A species of deer, 

©QiQis— <r. q. (©9 v +siQia ; «i9ia a^ ©^ <^ gflgqrQ 

ChidSkasa «82)|Q^9) — QQ9£ — 

The Universal Soul. 
©Qiqi— e. 9. ( ©©+aiqi )— ^ 1 gooqi— 1. The in- 

Chidatma tellect; the thinking soul. 

« I G©©©H; 6091^1 — 

3. The divine essence in man. 

4. The semblance of intellect. 

* I $|9S^_EI QQfliqi — 5 The Divine Soul 
which is the embodiment of # intelligence- 

©QI*G>— ff. 9. K 9§^§; ©9+BII9Q; ©9^=^ 6 
Chidananda nQQ sg ^1919)—^ I G©9©^ 6 

1. The Universal Soul. 
> I Q99«cn 99I9Q §9—2- God Siba. 

©Qiqg — g. 9'. (s^l «9j ©9 v +«qq) — * 1 fj©9 wqa. 
Ghidabhasa $qq 391a — 

1. The manifestation of intelligence. 


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«p | «fl9|^| — 3. The Living Soul. 

,§<3> q— e. 9- ( ©«+%Q )— *■ * 63©©i*%a 91 ®o«tq 

"Chidrupa wqi—l- Pure intelligence. 

©3. — 1 I CQTOmO^ — Intelligent; intellectual. 
} I 9Q — 2. Dear; beloved. 
* I &@Sll© —3. Manifest. '. 
v 1 @]©9Q — 4. ^ u ^ °^ wisdom. 
*©©©©— 69. 9.— (»0 6 TO^OIOOQd)— t I §1 WQ.Q 
Cbinchin QQ 31310*1 Gl© a^SllQ S©^>© — 
fgv{f5=r 1- A twinging sensation resembling that 
^d«il*£d produced by slight pin-pricks. 

2. Jhimjhim (See) 

©9—69. 9-—* I ©®; 9161 — 

China 1. Mark. 

fw ? 1 ©1© 69si— 

f^s^ 2. China (country). 

f^rftsTT Of or pertaining to China, 

©»©IQ©— 69. 9.— ©©I 913© <€©«!> 

Chin basana China basana (See) 

.-©Ofllf— N. «-— ©Olflll (693) 

Chinmati China mati (See) 

©9Q— 69. M.— S©q (69«) 

Chinara Chihnara (See) 

©©|— 69. 0.— * I (*. ©1©©)— <3©©l©q 6«1IQ$©9§^ 
China Q9 SKA™ 1. A kind of small grain; millet. 

.flFWfa ? 1 Qfr ©icf© a©sia fS &©o- Wi, %ai <$©© 
%5*T QQ9IQ Q^I41^6€t < 3— 2. A small weight 

<u\. QQ$\ equal to 4 kainch&s; one grain, 

■6©. ©Q CGil0 69GO GfflG*€09 illfl I 9191- 0«COQlOI \ 

oi. 9qi m I (s. ©0 aiSL)-©«i; W©q~ 

*J. Acquaintance. 

v 1 (e- ©1©) — ©1©e*5>s9ta1 awsq— 

4. A Chinaman 

Ql. Q. (e- ©§91—3®!; aQ©«— 
Acquainted; well known. 

■fisTl -3«— * i©©G9€ll£|— 

;f%ftwi 1* Pertaining to China. 

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^ 1 sas6© ©1© 69s%^Si©— 

2. Originally imported from China. 
* I ©1©G9CSi^- — 3« Produced in China. 
v t ©1© 6939131— 
4. Belonging to or residing in China; Chinese. 

©9IQ©|— gi £~ ©9IQ9I ( G9<a ) '' 

Chinaiba Chihnaiba ( See ) 

©910 — G9. 9 — <© ©©I QQ^Itfl — One grain only. 
Chinae 9^1 — «. | «©©©! QQ9q — 
1. A grain of. 
J I (fiWiief) f©4 flW— 2. ( Figurative ) A 
little of; a grain or particle of; a bit of. 

[§—$©©1 ©6); <@QQ QMiefqg QQ<1, ^16© I] 

©©(©0Q — 69. 9. (e. ©1©©©oJ©)— ©qj9 Q9Q ©IO$ 

Chinakapura ©a'c© SgllQ-CTQ* ©QQ 919IQ ©qai<l 

f^t^T^ ( ©9© 69<a ) — Camphor extracted 

^jftiqlspT?: from the wood of a tree; Cinnamonum 

Camphora. 

©©IQIQ— G9€9. 9. (QV C^QOI 919)— 

Chinaghasa <©3©|Q q«}€lH ©69€1[^® ^^1963*3 — 
fgsrWl China grass. 

€)©I6Q!©!— 5f. 9. ( «. ©1©© + 6<3!S© )— 

Chinaghorda q%$ q^\9. * 6«II9 ^ ft l 6 699^1© 

feffTm^T A horse with white legs and body 

covered with white and red hairs. 

©oiawii— sic©. Wsw) ©-051© ^9© 6 ciiqi© Qa©a- 

Chinapatana The city and the coast of Madras. 
qqI^—SQ. 9 . (©Ifl)<9- ©QQ€1I) — ©©19 (69«) 
Chinab Chanab (See) 

©©I ©IQIO— 69. 9— ^QOtflli e©Q©«li qaff©1— 
China badam Groundnut; pea-nut; earth-nut. 
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China mati $$91 qvqq 9n9^0 <3QS$>IQ a»l fllf— 
IwfatfS Keolin; a kind of white clay. 

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Chinamala The testicle of a sheep or goat. 

©Qiaia— to* §»—i i ©$q g|ft ©cas— 

Chinamali I. A kind of necklace. 

2. A kind of fine paddy. 
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Chinar ©9^ qqq© — Acquainted; familiar. 

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/ I OOWIf — 2. Keolin. 

3IG<? (WMS) W— 6flS; 89, — Small,. 

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Chini anguli The little finger. 

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Chini alu Pachyrhizus Angulatus. 

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Chinikapura Chinakapura (See). 

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#tit^l6M1 Artabotrys Odoratissimus ( a kind of 
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St^^rl y 1 <]©goiQ q#i 99Qloi^ gig 4 Q^g, 
fM^xj*qT ff^al— 2. A kind of excellent banana. 

A kind of ornament for the ear, 

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Chiniha Chihniba (See)* 

Chinibasana Chinabasana (See). 

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Chinimati Chiaatnati (See). 

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Chinira Chihnara (See). 

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Chinta (root) To think. 

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Chintaka ^ | 6 g ^g, Q( ^, g 9^|<]_ 

1. Caring for- 

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2. Thoughtful; thinking of. 
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Chintana 1. Chinta (See). 

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3. Repeated remembrance^ 

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Chintaniya © ^IQQQIG^ICIt— Thinkable; deserv- 
(© $1 — SQi^a) ing thought or consideration. 

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Chinta 1. Reflection; meditation* 

3 I q9©|— 2, Thought; thinking. 

* I R9G93-^3. Ansiety; care, 
v 1 SQ(J1 — 4 Recollection. 

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6, Revolving in the mind. 
9 i §^G>; QG90ftl — 7- Consideration. 
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Ohintakamodi Name of a tune of music. 

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Ghintakula v | ©$iq§— 1. Thoughtful. 
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bed in mind; agitated; anxious. 

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Chintakulita ©<jy$0 ( GQ# ) 

(©^KjTOI— 9,1) Chinfcakula (See) 

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Q9IQ9I (figurative) Too much serious 

thought (to rendering a person lean and 
lank both in the mind and the body). 

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Chintadesaksha Name of a tune of music 

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Chintanwita Chintakula (See) 

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Chintapatri Oiqqsfcr Sll© G$W--The Mali Sebaks 
.of village-deities in the Orissa Garjats. 

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Chintapandu Tamarind, 

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Chintabesma 91 aqg^f oqsaK]; fl^ilqa— 

Council-room 

Ohintabhara Anxious 

§$ia§— sr 3.- ( flawGodl; ©^ig^ sg )— t i ©ijigQ 

Chintamani Qg^GSIS —1- A fabulous gem said 
to give the ' wearer his wished for 

results. I 

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2 The philosopher's stone. 

* I 5S)I — 3. Brahma. 

"ff I ©$?§G€1S|— 4. ^ ne °^ tne incarnations 

of Buddha 

GQ. Q.'q? 6 *1— QSj<a 6 S,l<?^<Wl99l OI9 — 

A name given to males and females. 

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Chintamani dikshita ^9^!^^ 9ffQ QO^OI — Am 

astrologer; the author of Sarani,. 

a treatise on astrology.- 

©$iaif Qooia aqcfi— e. ©- (©w)— aiqiq gq^ipiq: 

Chintamani raghunatha aoharjya 9WIQ — 

A eo-worker of the observatory in Madras. 

ci©!s?lGQ g^siSo asier qiagq «g<i di^r G^fiifif 
q^iG^g^ia 9QSIGS} i ] 

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( ©$!ilcfl— %1 ) Chintita ( See ) 

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Ghintifca , 1, Eemembered^ 

^ I 2IIG^lS < S) — 2. Considered, 

3. Thought of. 

* I (+«?$. O ) 6J3 QQI QGQi O $IQIQ9— 

4. Thinking. 

* I © ^'.q^j G^Q^ ™ 5 * Anxious. 

ST. V. ( +QQ- © )— ©"^1 — Thought. 

©^©a^— e- W— filial fl^O^I QQ9IQ2I&- 
Chintitaptirba 

Chintitabya O^qiSj ( QQ<S\ )-^Ghintaniya ( See ) 
Chintiba 1, To think,, 

sfcffiT 2. To recollect; to remember, 

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Chintya Chintamya ( See )• 


Premeditated. 


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being thought of. 

Chinna Millet ( M. W. ). 

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Chinmaya < | a^qq- go «g,fl^- - 
(©9$l — ^1) 1* Full of animation or conseieousness. 
) I 2Aaiq9 — 2. Spiritual. 

9— e 1 qqcckiq— l . God. 

X I QQfliqi — 2. The Supreme Soul. 
«© 91— 69. $T— O Q>l ( G93 ) 

Chinhiba Chihniba ( See ) 


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Chipa Q$ G9IQ Q§9iaiQ* G9<a 6 $999 «9 

15? Q9QI &Q; QOq — 1. A wedge or chip of 

wood driven alongside the handle into 
the hole of an axe to tighten its hold 

with the blade. 

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q^9?© q9»- aq^fl — 
2. A small ring worn after a slack ring 
to keep it in position on the finger. 
€>9I — 69. Q— *> I Q9CJ 93^ qa G9Q| — 

Chips 1. Pressing a thing on bobh sides. 

fi*n, cfcti ; 1 o'a ( G9«t ) 

faq*J, *W 2. Chipa ( See ) 

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3. Pichikija ( See ) 
fan w — V I $331 — 

^3[13 1. Close fisted; miserly; niggardly. 
2. Pressed; squeezed. 

giC9. ( owl© ) q— cat o°gi 91 g9q— 

Small bell-metal pot. 
©9IQQI— G9- 9—0 801 $ £|9 St©$ %Q— 
Chipaiba The causative form of Chipiba. 


€)9I©9 — G9- 9 — * I <?§9I9 ©§91 9#— 
Chipachipi 1. Acts of squeezing. 

C&*Iftfe«?t i I «GffqiiG> GQ Q@9I — 

fe^T^IT'Rr'Tfe 1. Pressing each other. 

Chipichapi heba To be contracted or tightened. 
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1 . Parched flattened rice. 

j 1 n% aoi qqgs sji»o eSjQGfii 911 9g 
OSWGQI£l GQCI'SQI ( s* aotigiq ) — 
2 Aberration of the eyesight due to 
pressing a finger on the eyelid. 

G9- 9d — <. I GQQl — 1. Flattened. 
5 \ GOQMQI --2. Flat-nosed. 
•• I ^|9 — 3 Extended. 

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Chipita nasika GOatlff Ql — Flat-nosed. 

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( g. QogieiQ )— 

1. Tartary; Mongolia. 
J I 91919 91 flCGNS^ 91§ ( 8- 4193139 )— 
2, A Tartar or Mongolian, 
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Chipiba ^ 1 qQM^c^a G9QI — 1. To compress; 
fiNl, f§*n to press on all sides. 

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2. To tighten^ to contract by pressure. 

* I qpiQ aQ9l— 3. To squeeze. 

v 1 91© eier o 919 ^§91; 9«9I— 

4. To press with the hand or fingers, 

* I GQIQ 919 2110^910 9iq ^891 — 

5. To perform massage. 

fll€9. ( e9§q ) Q. ( G9I9I, «^ $sf)— 
G99% 9§ G99I — 
(shoes or ornament or dress) To sit tight 

over the body. 
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Chipua ©ggq q©q 3Q*1SQ sqSQI a©»l fiftOI- 

fS*t 1 . A chip or peg driven into the rim 

SJHsft, ^dcf^ of a wheel to make it tight. 

> 1 q$?Q w«iqL<2o ©^ 9991 ©ag^ qhS©! 

©IO© £f£i — 2. A chip of wood driven 

into the eye of an axe to make the 
handle fit tightly into it. 

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3. Tight ring worn after a slack ring. 

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Chipuani G©fa§ §qffl| Q|^ <£©1<g© ©qsiM — 

fiH ' A clamp; a fastener; clasp. 

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Chiputa Chipita ( See ) 

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Chipurda qs qj ©© qiqiq ©QQl— 

ftcbt^l; fwsl Wringing out water or juice of - a 
fst^ft^r thing by pressure; extracting juice 

or water by pressing. 

§tfl — ©q.91 GQI£$319I — From which water has 

been pressed out; squeezed. 

©q@IQQI— GQ. §— ©qj?©l SqiQ 8©9 %3— 

Chipuidaiba The causative form of Chipurdiba. 

©qei ©qg— €©■ 9— s$tJ%Ga ©q$©i — 

Chipurda ehipurjii Fully wringing out. 

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Chipurdiba ©@*% €J9 91 ©© 9IQIQ ©€191— 

* f^C5t^5t; ft® ^fa 1- To wring out water or juice 

.ft^rfrWH ^ftSHI by pressing; to squeeze out or 

press out juice. 
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2, ( figurative ) To consider a matter very* 

minutely. 

* I (ftssiiaVasGaS© ©&9I — 
3. (figurative) To exhaust. 


The act of wringing out or pressing out_ 

©qja— 6Q. 9< ( e. ©ifl-catoi ) — t 1 qic©i©i; ©a© 
Chipuli e«nt<3 a?GQ aicr^o ciqici9i aicf (aagoi 
grfl' oq ©ejeq§ aaioi; $a© ^°€i 9 991 ©s 

"§33S €©l©l — 1- Slippers; sandals. 

> I <teti©9l€© GS1I9© 5.9* *"«*J>63 Caejf 

qQaqg ssw© 9®gj ; ©mi — 
2. An ornamental ring worn by females 

on the toes* 

* I 9$Q 9i«; 6S>4T — 3- Bobbed hair 5 hair 

cut into overhanging ringlets. 

©ai— w. w. ( sr ©8^ )— eoati — 

Chipta Flattened. 

©a— a. 9— Qsi9«i cq« (<3^eo qsq oo cipg g© ai< 

a Chippa 6 9«1 ©Q QQ© $<1 6 9G<»)— (J. QMICIQ) 
A disease of the nails; whitlow. 

©BI-flIN- (W«aOQ) 9- (^. a - 8. SQ9l; 93^,)— 
Chipra ai§Q G^q— The rheum of the eyes. 

©er— gqot. ©, ( Q". oto )— qialw q©i 01 «gfe^ 
Chiph qqqi^I eQal^j q©i — 

ff^ A chief; a feudatory chief. 

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iaai— ©TOif ©qs, off <ito«, 9ct©^9Q, 

O ET6©!S »©hIQ ) — Chief ( prefixed to 
other words denoting officer or oifice). 

©£f Qi©q§— G"?GQ- ©. vQ°) — SIG^S© 3^19 Qi©Jq©— 
Chiph injiniyar * The Chief Engineer of a 

province, 

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Ohiph/ejent 28QQ gai9 sg®| gig ©^q] — 

The Chief agent of a Company, 

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^^1 — Chief Commissioner. 

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Chiph kot sicasi ©AGMlq gisQifo gaio $qq»q- 

Chief Court of a Province; ( of a lower 

status than the High Court ). 

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Chiph jashtis gal© 9^99© — The Chief Justice of 

. a High Court or of a Chief Court. 

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Chib ( root ) To cover. 

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Chibi Chihuka ( See ) 

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Chibita Chipita ( See ) 

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Chibu " Chibuka ( See ) 

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Chibuka The chin 

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Chimta Pincers. 

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Chiin-rclilai Chcmardilai ( See ) 

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Chimin Chimhai ( See ) 

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^Riit The chimney or glass tube of a kerosine- 

lamp. 
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991 QIQ* &9 ^QG9 a?9 SJ9I 91 C)§I999 
9^ ©Q — 2. Chimney of a house ol- 
factory. 
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An open lamp for burning kerosine oil, 

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*.Chimtabauli s©|q 2lffl<5l996S§ — A kind of 

earring worn on the upper part of the ear. 

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Chimini O^O^I ( G93 ) 

5f^rlwl Chamachata ( See ) 

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©SSsa*— G9. 9 — 9«9ftl ( GQ«I ) 

ChiminiaS Chamachata ( See ) 

co. 3a-t 1 ( Qaaid* )— ca gq§3 ©gqq 

9Q GO* GO* €19 9^2110— 

1. ( figurative ) Making a chirping or 

squeaking noise like the house-bat". 

> 1 ( QMief ) G©9£ter aQ «14— 

2. ( figurative ) Very weak or lean. 

©gji— G9. 9- ( e. ©9S— €09^ )— 

Chimuta ^ I ^IQ f Q giq ©9 QK9IO 9Q9I — 

f5^5[ 2. Pinching, 

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fe#l . 9GS13 ( g. p|q qg*l ; 39 5 a ) — 

fen^T; f^iftd) 2. A pair of tongs; forceps; nippers 

pincers. 

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QQfllti — 3. As much as can be taken in 
a pinch; a pinch. 
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4. A quantity of thing which can be, taken- 
up by holding it with 4 or 5 fingers. 
G9. 9^1— ^Q 1 3G9 aqiQ9i aq^Q — 
A pinch of. 

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Chimuta chimuti 1, Various acts of pinching. 
• fSsifet f6sd& > I ^G©«il^9*lG9 ©^191— 

333iT ^fif* 2 Pinching each other. 

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Chimuni Chamachata ( See ) 

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Chimunian ChiminiaS ( See ) 

©qfi»i-gi. (QOQ)— qo^oi ( CQ«)' 

Chimula Muchula ( See) 

(©\q— - wi%a) 
©q— gi69. ( ^9^J ) w— as* s&p— 

Qbiya Insignificant. 

©qi§— sigq. (cswraigp) e?co. q. ( e. go^q )— 

Chiyar G©£jl$ ; OQ«— 0nair * 

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Chir-kut v j ©l«Q flQ, «§— 

fg^;^ 1. A torne bit of .paper. 

fcrc§£ * I f 9 9I«G>— 2. A slip of paper. 

3. Rag* torne cloth. 

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8©©i s^%g»iQ99« w<«aj9i sra© 

S3I9I Oeiq. §G»; QIQ^— 4. A slip of 
paper given to a tenant before a copy 
of the final Record of Bights is granted 
during a Revenue Settlement. 

. Torne to shreds; shreded. 

©Q^Sl— G9. 9— ©6««1 (GO®) 

Chir-kuni Chirigunl (See) 

(eoqrfl— «fi>iqfl) 

Chir-gnrdiB Chiriguiclla (See) 


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Chirgen Chirigunl (See) 

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Chir-chira (etc) Chirichira etc. (See). 

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Chir-ni Chiruni tSee) 

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Chir-pharci ©qqi 4 sn^SI ©3 — 

f^qs^S 1- Act of tearing. 

^TJ? > 1 ©©41a *wy»©; aaGOT© — 

2. Surgical operation, 

©QjJQ^ — gIGQ. (WWS) §•— ©W? OCT ©Q39Q 

Chir-mudri £Q©G? <Jiq QOHiaid 2JQGS© 6 «IClflW 

The custom of the bridegroom's party 
sending the bridal cloth and ornaments 
after consecration to the bride's house 

before marriage. 

QSQ Gq6«> OQi|QSjq_3iSJlSJ I G90IGQ 9^Q 8$Ql 

aio* aciGD© ait 4 WhIQ q^qqis 6 aaoriQfliQ 

^GQ§©qf<5IQ 8QWO ^QQ OG>ilQ fijfll ^ a»5IQ 
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Chira ^|«9»*ial; qidblQ^ial — 

1 . Long (in point of time ) 

> I 2lQ$Qia gifijl— Eternal. 

m I QS&QQ Qiql — 3. Permanent. 

v I SOOT^iftala— 4. Constant; immutable; 

unchangeable. 

9— <L I «g^0'0 -1. Eternity. 

J I ^^©1® — 2. Time immemorial. 
m I 99S?IG> — ^* Long time. 
S. §^1.—^ I 9?PI» aai^— 1- For a long time. 
^ I Q$Q|Oqr— 2. Since a long time. 
• i OG^QIO QIQ*— 3, For eternity, 
v I SWIQ— 4. Continuously; repeatedly; 

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^ftf f?q*ft ggig 91 © © Q — The top or nipple of 
the udder of a cow or sheep; teat of a 

beast. 

eo^ai. qtfto 1 

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tSGQ ^ 3$| $<i— 2. That mucn miik 

as can be drawn from ons teat of a 

cow's udder. 

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aasiQ Q<$ — Stone-em bankment built on 
the bank of a river. 

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Chira-ayu Of a long life; living for long time. 

©QQ — flIGQ". (9§Q) ©. ( 3. ©*©; §»- <g aaCQ §. 
Chirai ©qq )— qs^q- Bird. 

Chiram-jiba 90Q) — ^_ 9§9 l» 91Q9 9l}3Kf«M 691- 
(A phrase of blessing) Live long. 

7. M 6 9— ©QW9 (6Q3) 

Chirajibaka (See) 

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Chiramjibita Chirajibita (See) 

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Chirarhjibi Chirajibaka (See) 

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sluggish; tardy. 
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Chirakashti 3IQI9© SjgeiGQCfl; ©Q^«l-~ 
(©Q9^T«1— 31) Miserable throughout life. 

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Chirakankshita 9$9lQQ Qlf©; 9$9©q^ «IQQ8©-~ 

Long wished for. 
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The soa of the sage Goutama. 
©QQIfc— 5T. 5*. Sdl — t I 9$0IO orfl^— 
Chirakala 1. For a long time. 

) I 9^9l« G9Q — 2, Since a lang time, 
m I «©^9lO~ QQi^— 3. For ever. 
g 1 . §—l I Q^QIQ — 1. Time immemorial. 

5 I ao^QIQ — 2. Eternity. 
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6 agra 9^^iGj^rQ o Qfliqsi^ ^9i9 gqq 

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Government! Public works Department) 

for the canal and river embankments, 

in which the Government has a permanent 

right and in which no lessee can 

acquire any right of occupancy;, be his 

possession however lono*, 

©Q9tft*ft— GO- 9tf . (ST. © QGW)— O'-QQIfflgl^l— 

Chirakalia Permanent. 

©QQIQQ— AT. 3dl. ( OQQIS + QO ) — 
Chirakalika OQQtQg^l; QQ^Q — 

(OQQIQIq — a©1^9) Existing from time imme- 
morial; immemorial- 

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Chirakuti Chirkut(Seej 

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Ohirakumara 1. Living unmarried through life; 

(©QQfllQI— 3)1) lifelong celebate. 

(©QG9?flld!| — %) > I Gsa tiWQ a^Qlg© Q§9IQ 

§9 QQ2IS — 2. A person who has taken 

the vow of celebacy. 

3- 9— filMlQ© QQIWQffiqa .Q09G^— 

A vow of lifelong celebacy. 

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1. Purchased since a long time. 
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Ohivajlbaka sjq) — < I qiol^j qoaiSlj G3 2IGQ9 

(Q**W9I— *l) «© 96* —1. Long-lived. 

j \ ggQ — 2. Undying; immortal. 
■3—* I §|— l.Bisbnu. 
? j g|^ — 2 The crow. 
* I Sll$feffl£i ££§—3 Sage Markandeya ( said 

to be still alive). 

-■■* I aiQQl 02) liSMa— 4 The silk-cotton 

tree; Bambax Heptaphyllia. 

^fl,gifl| — 5. Aswatfchama, tbe son of 

Dronacharjya. 


9 \ 9QQQI — 6. Bali, tbe kingwbo was 

pressed down into the nether regions 

by Bishnu in his incarnation of 

Bamana. 
9 I 9^19^9 —7. Byasa, the author of the 

Mahabharata. 
r i QQ^q?! — 8. Parasuram. 
ti I 9GQIQ — 9- Hanuman, tbe devoted follo- 
**" v wer of Bamchandra. 

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of Rabana. 

^^ I qq — n. Kxupa, the preceptor .of the 

Pandu and Kuru princes in archery. 

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12. Name of a very rare medicinal plant. 

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Chirajibana The lifetime of a person. 

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Till death, for life, 

Obirajibita ^ | 9^Qlft 9191—1- Longevity. 

y I 2lflS}^< — 2. Immortality. 

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Q9I@S>1 G91Q ^ 8sg9QI§«l 
©©*l| — A daughter who (in- 
stead of living in her husband's house) 
lives in her father's house through 
life; a woman (married or unmarried) 
who on account of fondness or affection 
of the parnets passes her whole life in 

her father's house. 

> I q<ffi (8- WSIICIQ)— 2- A young woman: 

€>Q©§— sr. © — ow«oi; «qo©9 5 ¥«.* ©$P© — 

Chiratikta A bitter medicinal plant used as 
vermifuge; Gentiana Chersyta. 

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Chiratushara , Perpetual snow. 

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Snowline; the line of perpetual snow. 

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(©6}§SlG)g^ — TOi%a) A glacier. 

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Chiratxushita q ^qiq. a©H$ ©€I$Q ( ©**§ ) — 

(0«©§Q|— %1) (person) Very thirsty, not having 
* drunk for a long time. 

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Chiradasa ©tgOlGQ aQOO — 1. Ever devoted; 
(©QQWl— $1) devoted for life to a master. 

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2I£)$j> — 2. Tied to a master as a slave 

for life. 


q — £ I «f|Q£ Qiq — 1. A slave for life. 

) I 2JWQ Qg — 2. A life-long devotee. 

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Chiradinian Chirakalia (See) 

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Chiranidra ^esf <^i§" to*4© q?L— 

(©Q©$? 9 — ©«) Everlasting sleep; death . 
©Q©QI«r— ff. ©. ( ©4ai 3 ©Q + ©9ig )— 

Chiranibasa ^ | g_qg|Q9G?! <3«?aiQGQ W OQQI— 
©6©QI0l 7 1- Residence at one place for 

©£©€>% J generations. 

J I 2DQ1Q© €©?<!§ gi^GQ QW — • 
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a place. 

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Chiranirddishta g@GQ GQG^ QiQ^^ <3?9 Gig*. 

agjgiQ^gq — Ever constant, immutable.. 

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Transportation for life; lifelong exile. 
§Q©QIQ (Q©1I^) — ©€}^I9 Q9il^ (GQ«) 

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Chirantana g|^| S0QQ91© g|Q^ 0© SDqa© — 
(QQQg — qfl)' 1. Existing from time immemorial. 
J I a© 9q©Q 2. Very old; ancient. 
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Chiraparichita ^ | qi^QlQ 6QQ* Qh§ST ^GSf 

(0 «aQ©*9|— il; a^©S Ql S^W ^g— 
(© Q£J€)©q — ^) I- Long acquainted or familiar?, 
known for a pretty long time. 

j 1 9§qiq G9Q Gas? »i^ aw ©qaifijafc 

QgQ^a — 2- Long practised. 

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Mimusops Elengi. 

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Chiraposhita u cafif 9i§ CWIft G9G3 9IOP 

(OQ6at€©l — il) ©qaifijag— 1. Long maintained. 

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GQISSl 9qsilQ«S 2 Long cherished 

hope or desire. 
QQ^QS)©— g. ©3 ( 3913 3flW; QQ + g©©Q ) — 
Chiraprachalita 2flQ9S|QSlffl^ ©§^91 — 

Immemorial; obtaining for a long 

time past. 
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Chiraprabasa < I Q^9|» 9GQSGQ 913— 

1. Long sojourn; staying abroad for a 

very longtime. 

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© MSlS© J 2. Lifelong sojourn. 

QQgQigl— e. 9<a &° ( oQgpra + Qo ifli. w. )— 

Chiraprabasi < | 9^$|ft 69G3 CS ?GQ9€Q Qgafi-- 

1. A person who has been staying 

abroad for a very long time. 

t< (OQg^iSa— tij ' i ea ^si9Q qw«gq etiQ^S- 

2. A sojourner for life. 

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. Chiraprabaha GS'GQI&l^! — Eternal or continuous 

©QgQig© | current; perennialjspring, 

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qqq ^si 3qs?GQ 991 qqai<] ©is — 

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the year; perennial. 

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9©2I§ — 2. Acquired after lifelong 
labour or penance. 

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3. Got after a long delay. 

v I SI9! 9|9SflW G^€1©^9I 3»lGa 9»g — 

4 Acquired for lifelong enjoyment. 

©Qgiao— ^. Qtii. a^ ( qa qq gqra; ©Q+giao )— 

Chiraprarthita ^ | e«l|j' Qg^ QIQ9I 9IQ" 9^9I» 

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©Q9lf© — 1. Ever prayed for. 

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2. That for whom prayers are offered 
since a long time. 

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3 One who has been approached or 

solicited for a long time. 

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Chiraproshita ^Qiql) — SGjQQigl C9«l) 

(©QGfll§©l — ^1) Chiraprabasi (See)^ 

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Chirabacha g^©^ §q } q$%m 3% — 

A suckling; sucking baby., 

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Chirabandhu t. 1 S£OQ QOQ q.g^il 9^— 

\ OQ9^ Ol— §> ) 1- Ver y oid friend. 

5 I g\$ 9@J G3^ s 9^^! 9*01 Off G99I9' 
^Q9 — 2. Constant friend. 

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Chirabanchhita ^ i «l9l^a!Cl9l Q9IG9 Gi§9ia% 

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longed for; desired for since a long time. 

> I ©Qgief© —2. Ever prayed for. 
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1. Long separated. 

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meet. 
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Chirabichchheda <. I 9<$'9I Q&WSi <3IC9|Q Q|€l 

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( of friends or husband and wife ). 

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* 1 q€fc— 3. Death. 

Chirabidaya 1. Separation not to meet again; 

eternal adiew. 
) \ %<%_— 2. Deatfc. 

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Chirabiraha # • Chirabichchheda ( See ) 

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(tfowedl— <l) ( flqf 91 41 )— 

L Long separated ( couple ). 
J 1 «0Q|9© fltfl Q| £te% Q»0— . 
2. Daprived of the association of one's 
wife or husband for life. 

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Cbirabirtiddha tj gg n<3HQQi SQTO 91 999; «l 

(©weqdl— «ws%e) SGcr come otqi ^oag ; 

©Q9^$$l ) 1. Inimical for a long time; having 
©Q©€^y I lifelong enmity with each other. 

^ 1 gs$ gwyq (saa» — s|q ai$ op caw 

WQ *©<J «36*> — 2. (two things) Which 
do not agree with each other. 

Chiraoilwa 1. Pongamia Glabra (M. W ), 

m > I 4%$fii ( GQet ) 2, Surubuli ( See ) 

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Ohirabismaya g9^ 9h§ 91 9g ©QQO Qf} Q^IQO 

(©Q9^i-*^1) • QGQ — Ever wonderful; ever 

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(OQ©«j 4 OI— d) SIOTS— l.Long forgetting; long 
(§QQS1 Q — ^) ' oblivious. 

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2. Long forgotton, 

Chirabirjya The redvariety of the castor-seed- 
plant, 
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Chirabega Q^QflCj ©<i q<£ g|g Ette^lQ a«l<J— 
(GQClSq — 9flq©) Acquiring a lesson very slowly 
but forgetting it very fast; long to 
acquire but quick to forget ( said of 
memory or students). 
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Chirabadra, Q§Q|ft Qiial a§) ©I— 

Long standing enmity; life long 

antipathy, 
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©QS5qQl— e- W. ( ^. ©Q + G9q«i1 )— 

Chirabairagi ^. \ €i3 9l«9ia^ 99IQ Q*ild 9Q21§ — 
(©QG^^Q** — Q) L ;One who has renounced tlie 
world for life; since boyhood. 

j 1 Ga 9igQi osfi^ qt^iq wa «gq — 

2. Renouncing the world for life, 

©Qe3q— e- m- 9!- ( ©&«* ©Q+c^ssa - )— 

Cbirabairi ^ | 2fi€n9Q 9l 9^0I» G9^! fl^QO'— 

(©G)G§£v$l1 — ^1) 1- Enmical for life or for a long 

* 

time. 
J |JB$Q8 91 Q^Q©8 9QSQ Q 9,J" 
( 22JI— G0I9I, ACT S» ^W, Gfi© I ) 

2. Enmical to each other by nature, 

©Qaft»— S. M. 1°. ( 9^1; ©Q + TO^)— 

Chiramalina t. i G$6fc QQieT 91 Qi^OI^ ?!Qg©| 

©QGOQQI 7 1, Ever, dirty; e ^er soiled; that 

/ ©Q^IQffM J * which can never be purified or 

' chastened. 


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1 . Having a stain which will never be 

effaced. 
«Q6flfl— 3. 9. ( ©&+99 a|§=g9|<? ©€»! + ©<$. 
Chiramehi Qtt; ©a V$$l€> 6 ag©© 33^ QSli^ 
3^1^ Q6Q )— aa— The ass. 

€)Qq— ST. «. ( ©=©glQ W + QC^ al^^aiQei «QQI 
Chirambha + ©$. a )— ©Q— 
(Q Q5J« — a©1QQ) The common Indian kite. 

©oaew— *. 9.— (e*wq, ©Q+aa«— cssj aa ©q- 

Chirajasah QIO Qg^i ^©^^ 

©Q£!Sti8 7 Everlasting or undying fame. 

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«QqjM-*. ©* — (€>§+3P© v ) — * I 9191© G^fa© 

Chirajuba GQGQ G9CQ SQGQ ©|g (£1211— G©©OI)~ 

©Q39Q — §* 7*,^«^n 1-0* never fading youth. 


• awi^a 9 ( g|W e gf W v$$i» 

©G9 — 2. Of lasting youth; one 


©Q6£I?QQ— © 

who maintains his or her youth 
for an extraordinarily long time. 

• .* i 9i^fei6Q siy 6a qs>© a§. qe©© ai< — 

3, Sprightly and energetie even in old age. 

v i q&qi q«§q G£te©»©© aercsil<|© $<$qiqgq 

* * ay Q69 — Maintaining youthful plutn_ 

press and grace even in advanced age. 

€)QQ@Qi— e. ©. ( ©*%©© + ©Wl ) — 63$ CKTCi 
Chirarabftsya 606969 «lflia|fi» G91Q fllW ©Ig— 

Insoluble problem or riddle. 

€)Qqj)-?r. $. m. (©Q+q^+a)— ©q©i©— 

Chiraratra * For ever 

-©©$© s. s«i. a 9 — Ua qa^qfli^ oQ # +gq) — 

Chirarugna t I GS $>§©!£) G9Q G^«l G§i«i ©^ ai ®"" 
(QQQCli — $|) 1. Suffering from a chronic disease; 
©QGqal— V- l„ oqofl Valetudinarian; in- 

Q^cK^arf— <i. j* w * 1 valid. 

^ I ai©$ Q^ci] — 2. Delicately constituted or 

sickly from birth. 

€QGQGl— sr. ©.—©9©,© ©Md! a^a©l— V 

ale. 


©©CQCMII— G©. © «. a ft "(e. ©© + %©)— 0^€q«!l~ ' 
Chirarogana Suffering from a [.chronic disease; 
(© ©GQ©«1 — $J) l constantly ailing. 

OQGQOI; ©Q6q3tf|- a* } 

5©q©a— sr. ©«. e°. 

Chiralubdha 

(O^H 3,1) . " . 

§Q«q©— e. ©. (©"Q+aq©)— q«k— • 

Chirasayana # * 


Chiraroga 


Chronic diseal 


© Q9II Q (GQfll) 

Chirabanchhita" (See) 


Death. 


©Q£]s|©; ©^9— Q° 7 
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Q€l 


9G19G GIGS' OIQfl ^aiCs? G*!GO QCQ CI9I OQfi|iq& ( 

©Q«i9— «. w. a° ( <ia q&^iflig. oc5+€ii^ )— 

Chirasanta <. | ca SfiCnCQ #30—1. Observing 

(©eai^l— ^1) * lifelong sell control 

> I 2D«]9Q iflQ-r , 2. Calm and quiet by 

. nature, 

* I Qi«a© iq G9Q ®^a<5 O 6 SQ— 

3. Pacified for a long time. 

* I 63^0163 6©G$> G9GR asig} Q% fi>|@*— 

4, Ever peaceful and quiet (place), 

©Q«l$ -e. 5. 1° ( ©*lQSi .© Q+Slfi) )— t I «^4?l» 
Chirasanti q h |q] Qigj. ta©Og*(a aiSJ — 1. Ever- 
lasting peace or contentment. 
9 t S5t- 2' geath. 

©qotci©— *. ©«i. i°. (qa v gd q^i^; SQ+eNwa)— 

Chirasyamala q&\ 9^91 gd"^ ( ^g qi q^ ) 

(©MilflOl— $1) 359G© 9^5? Q| 2IIO; 6£R «S 
Q§)^9I Q<3 Olg* — Ever green (tree), 

(aai— ©©a, ©io, eie^i, eaioia sbo qs i ) . 
©Qfiiol— ?. Q. q: — < ) ©©i«sr1; agqul qi ao©Q — 
Chirasangi 1 . Priends constantly attached to 
(©Q3£? 91 — ^1) each other; companion 1 for life, 

9 1 Q$c»i© G9fii! G3^ qctIq qaQraTeHQas-' 

2 Long established " friends; # very old 

friend 

9191$ SP©CQ G0G9 69CQ €1? 6$<? Q|g- 
3. Unavoidable companion. 

( sa«H— 9«©i 3«TO*wi©«i ^Qacrl ) * 


*> 


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©Q? 


q® esteem eae? <i qaiceiflcp » tp? F gogo cs$ ao aict seines q$*q woo j ?i * e<»$ stf si sisiq$ so wiswi^. w i aai— 


Chirasahaya i | p§P|QQ ag^PlPl PI MAPI'S] - - 
(© P39IS|! — %1) ; 1* An old benefactor. 

-> I ca wi ssap pi ^pgpgsi gipish pgp- 

2. A person who invariably renders help 

when required 

* I W9I $991^3 — 3. A constant assistant. 

©$$«-* p. ( «*iqc|; sp+qs )— 

Chirasukha t, | ©*Q||I^| WQQ— 

Q pq^l — a? ) !• Constant or lasting happiness. 

6*Q%S«i -Al J * i sipsIpq qqq pqgpi siqq— 

2. Lifelong bliss. 

* I ejQQQiffl aicf $gj — 

3. Eternal happiness; beatitude. 
©€»%»Q— 9. Q«. fta %aq«i|q. ©p + SQP; GS P§P 

Chirasundara ©9GP qsFPI 3$Q) — 

3191 3$PG© gQQ GPSIIQiO — Ever beautiful. 
??. — 3QG9S.Q — A name of God. 
©Q8©1— ST. W- ti. ( ©Q+gPI^SgPI )— 
Chiraauta t I ( ©iq Pi q] ) GS «CW QQ 0G$> 
S^IP S>$ 0€tQQI; PlPPSIIj ©lOPftl — 
I. ( woman or cow ) Which lore a child 

long ago. 

J 1 C9€f CIIQ flfiP9 21p £3P PGQ— 

2 (cow)Bearing calves in quick succession. 

* i sa^ cu$ sisop pp bgp ggp pgp— 

3. Bearing calves at long intervals. 
©QG3P©— e. W- 9'" ( ©P+GflpP ) — 

Chirasebita \ | <3|p|<£ e©?«9 9i§ P§W GP^I 

(PPG3PPI— %1) €^PI PQ 2l<jai<J — 

1. Long served; long enjoyed; 

Jong attended. 

j i G£J6j* ©id* p§ pq c^m a©$ p pi saqqq 

G96&21& — 2. Being done for a longtime. 

* I GQice aipi p§qi» cpsti ai® ©©aqaasjr 

3. Long followed or obeyed, 

©Qfliql— $. P«a. 9!. ( ©Q+Qi a^+p4 Qft )— 
Chirasthayi 1 I 2i§G!a1 — 1. Indestructible; 
(©Q&i^ 1 — ^ permanent; ever lasting. 

©Qgi^PI I & 2. Long standing;*durable; lasting. 
J * ! Qg^^g— 3. Perpetual. 


©Qfliql .. a*i— 6Q. P--€a6f a^igiq ^9 "®ppio- 

Chirasthayi pata gpiGQ PQP% ©@% OfliGP ^ 

ftff^lJl *#| P§PIQ p^SI-fl; Q§.9q<33 Q|t — 

fe«9H4fl I^T Permanent lease granted by a 

Zamindar; a lease in perpetuity. 

©QgiqlQGQIPS— G9. P— « I 9QP» TOIG9 ^9Q 

Chirasthayi bandobasta qppiqi q©q ©^90 — 

ffe^rift ^CTtTO 1. Permanent revenue Settlement 

f^K4$l|3ft ^F^WcT in which the revenue payable to 

Government is fixed in perpetuity, 

[5— PCP, ©9IQ 6 <$f>9l 6P«1GP QfifeiSpHiS^; 

Aw m qiQ6Q aeiGfl ©^PiP^iP^r ^ae«i ^» p€ 
gpiGa p«h«^' ®3l^' a SQ ©wioepieaaql- 

P§P GPI61 SflGQ€lPGSi 1 < fifll 2J!^ PP»P Ql|f I 

6@aip g^gp^o q»iP q®$ ^ ©ppifi g^ica 

a^^P GPIQS1Q 1 Q°gQlGQ<PI4 The Permanent.- 
Settlement of Bengal, Bihar & Orisea GPI£t u 
P9§ I ] 

> I G9^" P^P^IP BQP^P QGS fflg* — 
2- A permanent arrangement. 

9*iea gqp9 wgp p§p — 

Ever memorable^ 
9 I 2flPQaiOQI»% GQIGP 

2 Ever ^remembered. 
©QSQl©— GP. Q (©P+GfllOS)— ©pgpl9 (CQ«) 

Chirasrota Chiraprabaha (See)-- 

GP. M. q. (^. ©P69IPI)— ©QgPl^P (GP«l) 

Chiraprabahita (See).- 
©pGei©|8— <3- ©«. (P§Pl§; ©P + G9IP95 \fl|. VP) — '- 
Chirasrotah CipgPlS.© (GPSl) — 
Chiraprabahita (See) 

©Q— gp. P ($r.©1g=P&< i e1^POTg,P0i) i e oil')— 

Chira ^ | ff^PI; ©QPt — 1. Tearing; tear. 

fHl, C5^1 ^ I Qjft^PI — 2. Scratching, lacerating.. 

ferra 1 ,^:, ^kT * I QQ| — 3. Rags. 

v I ^QQIft PQPI — 4. Splitting up into two 

* i a^^iq QlfPI PI flOPQ© PQ.PI— 
5. To cut through or wound by an 

instrument. 


Chirasmara niya 
©Q9Qtf1q©l 7 


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9 I 0**1— 6. Rent. 

4v*T^*, ^W*€t 7- A high jump; a running jump; 

leap. 

9<a— «* i (s. ©^wi^ ewtj)) $i# ; egi aiQg^i 

fen (QQl) — 1. Torne to pieces; tattered (cloth). 

Sfhtf ©q^fflSQ flfl <?Q QSQ fl <§GS fiftn ©IQ I 

-M ( S. $*!§.) ffSgi^ ias^S©; q#JJil 
£9I£^Q| — 2. Scratched (with finger nails); 

lacerated. 

* I ens> erio ©qsaiQ^i— (aai— ©q«»io)— 

3. Split up into two. 
"» I SQ§9© — 4 Scarred at many places 

g§£9 $l«a o® s^ fi9isra» «■€« crisis? sQ^se §s — 


3ICO (a©»») $— Qft WW a°a1oiQ GfllK 

(§ qQ 2l°aai<? — A land partitioned 
amongst many co-sharers. 

©Q$- GO. ©-©CM ( «« )— 

Chirai Chirei ( See > 

©qQ©l-60. Q— ©6QQ01 ( CT<5I )— 

Chiraita Chireita ( See ) 

©qqqi— gq.$M©€WMQS©9 qa) a©i$iq etqiqqi— 

Chiraiba To cause a thing to be split up 

«ta or torne up by another, 

(9GQQ9I— a©i%a) 
£qoa— c©. Q^ (s. ©^)— © q^s J gos )— 

Chiraisa Chiraydj ( See ) 

GQO '.Q«rtW)— 9QO WW < G9€t ) - 

Chirak (etc) Chirag etc ( See j 

Chirakana Q^I'SJ — Rag; tattered piece of cloth. 

©q%*V- so. $— ©9%* ( w ) 

Chirakuti Chirkut ( See ) 

©q« ( cm© )— ©qs qoto ( go^i )— 

Chirakh ( etc ) Chirag etc ( See ) 


©qq— gsgo. 9. ( £fl. oqa; ©qc ) — * i 3<aa— 

Chirag 1* Lamp. 

farht-, CWt*t ^ | «jJ3— 2- Light 

®QQ§ S»ifi9l 9£>— 3. Wick lighted in 
mosques and shrined in the evening 

by Mahomedans. 

©QqOIQ— G?€9. 9. ( ETI. OqflQIO )— S^i 

Chiragdan ga^«l — Lamp stand. 

C&3rM(Tft 

©QG1© — «T. Q^3. ( ©9 + Sii«^ )— ^ I 9$QI» G9Q 
Chiragata goo© 91 SIQ*^© — 1. Long prevalent, 

) i q.^<aiQeGfl 9i ^9^i ! ?9iffl^©o aqa^i — 

2. Continuing from time immemorial; 
transmitted from generation to generation, 
€><a©QG>— «. 9. ( TO; ©Q + SDO^Q )— ©q«© ( GQ€1 > 
Chiracharita Chiragata ( See ) 

€>Q©Q GO. ^-eiGQQ 9% 91 QI€tO% ©€191 C^— 
Chirachiri Various acts of tearing or rending. 

^ij^f^ Tattered; torne. 

©Q©e) Q€JQI— GO. 9 — 21G9Q QIQS? 91 Q^SDQ ©Q9I- 
Chirachiri kariba 91 I* $9 0€19I — 

To tear cloths or papers to pieces, 

©qS>^ -ST- 9— ©€QQ9I ( GOSt ) 

Cbiratikta Chireita ( See ) 

©Q <?QSi| — GO. 9— §Q Wi ( GOSI ) 

Cbira daraba Chira kana ( See > 

©Q^jfl©— ^. ^— 9$QI» G9Q 9© ^1^?|9I — 

Chiranushthita Continuing since time imme- 
morial; long practised, 

©$§>— e. M. q?. ( SQ+a« )— t i ©qi«— 

Chirandha 1. Blind from birth. 

( 3q<5?l — il ) -M ( filSeiief) GSJ G9G9G9 q©^i ©$ 

G06« Ql^* ( ^]GTO ) — 2. A person 

who does never see the truth. 

©qssg,— st. w— tM ©q©^© ( eoei ) 

Chirabbyasta 1. ChirSnushthita ( See) 

J I 9$W G9Q eaQ 9m§ Q. WfaS Ml 


^fi 


©qaQ 


( >9*9 ) 


©qqa 




Si^tg QqQIQSJg— 2. Habituated to a 
certain thing for a very long time. 
©qa$j — CQ- 9<8— ©1^ — 

Chiramara Torne; worn out 

TOfproircn 1 Leaping; frisking; jumping. 

^>q«f€jQj — w. s. ( «r. ©q ai^>— 

Ohiramariba «. | g^'q gi$> CWi . CQCJQI* @^" 
^rW^1 9IISJ9I— 1. To spring or jump up; 

733TWTT1T to make a high jump. 

fflQGft QflQISi QQfllQ 9§ — $%<$ 9. Q$iq£©. qfc | 
^ I ©Si* 5)|Q 9^§) 89IRQI— 
2. To run away with bounds. 

©qStei— GQ- 3. (e. © &i^— olf )— 

Chirajiba ©$9 1 $T^|Q Q^iGtfGQ %a— 

(©9 GOTI— SQI^a) Passive voice of the verb 

£&3fa 3Wl to tear. 

feRHTT 

©qs^— €9. m. ( «r. ©q^8 )— ©q^ g ( && ).. 

Chirayu Chirayulj ( See ) 

Chirayub qcfafil; S1QI$£— 

Long lived; living to a good old age, 
SN © — €99©l — God; Deity. 
©Q^ — G9. SGI, ( 9f. ©q^Q)— sadw— 
Chirayusha Long lived. 

fflfCQ 0,9$ €99 OQ^a QC9 I Qg. G9G0<i€10Oig I 

©qft— G9. 9. ( e. o1q=>W; 9©i )— awi— 

ChirSjLa Flag ; banner. 

<E&T sq«sl G9iQ6« g« e9ia ©go , 

WV A9I9Q©. flfti: 

©qi©— e. m. ( ©q+«T© )— 

Chirafferita t. | 9$9IQ^«IGK1Q— 

1, Following or depending upon a person 
for a long time; an old dependant 

> I ©QQI©©— 

2. Maintained for a long time. 


©Q9I — €9. 9. ( WiWej^l )— 60fa9 9^\ 9g% 
Chirika g^igs aQfll^lS^ G9l«iGQ $® €9©i — 

f&W! To emit forcibly any liquid substanoe 

fei^HI in small quantities. 

(aeii— aslwe© aiStse qs ©qq as»ig i ) 

©€J©)QQ|— 69. ^— ©€1991 ( GQ3 ) 

Chirikaiba Cbirikiba ( See ) 

(©9G«Q9I— Wl^a) 

©QOW— CQ. Q— aGxiQ awia— 

Chirikae A little in quantity. 

©QQI ©€J« — G9.'9— ©Wl ( G9S1 ) 

Chirika" chiriki Ohirika ( See ) 

©QQOI— GQ. 9*. ( QT. Qfld^ ©HI WhQQQ^ ^9 v 

Chirikiba a©g|^GQ TO q^'JIQQ 9I9IQ &99I 

fS^swi goqe^ ^ai99i '©$' &© )— 

fe^2R«TT t. I «© a<J fll^lGQ ©ftl^ 5t» TOfifc) ©^91" 
1 To pass a scanty quantity of loose stool 

at a time. 

[ <$— qa 6 9Q sjiq asl ©q©^ i ] 

a^^i^lG€5 GfftGlGQ €i? G99I— 

2. To emit a liquid through a small hole 
forcibly and in small quantities, 

[ 3— <?IG>€)§ glQI «Gft G^Cil <QQQ ©QGQ I] 

* 1 GSiai GSiai G91Q aisii«>i flipGQ a$9i — 

3. To drizzle; to dribble, 

( saai— n® 3qi§ qqq ©q^s i ) 
v 1 Q£q 91 ©q ajgaiQ ^(91 qq^gg) gr^9i 

Sl^GQ GR0JSJ9I G»IG©G€5 ©1©^ Q©g08 

©SlfQI— 4. To -sprinkle ink on a piece 
of paper while writing slovenly with a 
blunt or irregularly pointed pen. 

( saai— qito cii©jia» ©q© agiQ® 1 ) 

[ g— < Sj^q m<a\§Q\ ^a gece GQ9i 6 a$iQ9i 

@ SJIQ Q9@9I %Q qsj G9IQ 9i9f© §<l I ] 

©€jq^a— SIGQ. (CIOOIO) 9— Qa G9QI Q© ©Gfgi qoi- 
Chirigur^ia ^GQ'S— A kind of wild fibrous 

creeper _ 

©Qq«1- g^. 9. (sr, ©lQ«jtfl-©GQ; e. ©ifl-aaio^S©^ 

Chiriguni g-. «€>Q 4- si-a ) — «i*|Q 6 GflQp q^)G€i 

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3MHI; ^3WPRIT55 S0GQ© G^iaiO — 

Ignis-fatuus; will-o'-the-wisp 

.[ o— Q^eQ ^asf^ o$g$[Gi qii gjco, <9i 

G9GO 6QG& QQQGO 6 GQGQ GQGO Q€tai4 6 0© 
QGQ, GQIGQ ^QI^SJQ Q931©Q G9© GQI& 94ISI 
GQSJ I Wi GQ§ GQ£ W§ G<3, Q%ig«fl ©WO 0$ 

91^51 ait Gflfiti ©gq ©i anq^ < n<%& wigq i 
§<ai3 gs ag^rf 1 q ©q^LG3^ fl^s flQaw, gs 

G3£> G9IQ ^1^9 G»Qi$2H« 6 G3g G*lT«i ©£1^1 

-€)€)©g— GQ. 9. (e. C$IQ)~~ QOIQ Qq©£©TO$ 8§[Q- 
Chirichira A cry of horror; a loud cry of a 
ffeWT person when beset with sudden fright; 

fe'SfK; ^^ scream; shriek. 

©6)©QQQI— GQ. $. ( Qt. §$!Q )— 901© $ag€> Q£gGQ 
Chirichiraiba qq% ©g|Q qq$|_To raising a 
rffcfti {£5^fa<Rl loud cry of horror at a' sudden 
fa'siTCR; f^fsfraWT danger; to scream; to shriek. 

©3s1-sr. §• sil-— ©3*1 <w«u 

• Cbiritl Chirati (See) 

©Q31-G9. Q (sr ©1l=~QQl$)— *. I d$ja| (€Q«l) 
. Chirini 1. Chiruni (See) 

fetft J i sSa^Q 09 a*b s$*GQ gmgq ai$s£j 

• 2. Goldsmith's cutting instrument. 

9^ — 3. A brazier's tool, for cutting 

lines on utensils 

4. Potter's knife 
*©€2$i1— ST. Q. tf— *8swfl (CQ«) 
Chirinti Chirati (See) 

©Qfl— SOT. (9IWWj 6WBI1Q) 9. <%p. 9. §€W)— 
Chirini e^j] ('c<$«| ) ' I 

Chiruni ( See ) ■ 


- ©QQl—GQ. $\ ( *. % ai$%©1$ )— ^ I ETl^QI— , 
Chiriba 1. To split up; to rend. 

fed; C6^1 ^°9^ aqqv t ooq 9*f«l ^i^ ' 


G»qQ9l 
QGQQ9I 


[ 5i©^%e 


^ I (9%; Old©) QS^Q?! — 
2, To tear up. 


o iWJ 1 * ?l0,| « , fiW, «9 «« «Sl QlWi- ^ 
S. To cut wood into long pieces with axe; 

tp split up wood* 

v i QQ©6ci ma ert© ©a^i — 

4. To cleave or saw into pieces. 
* I Q#9$l — ^ To scratch. 
^ I 9993© QQ^I~ 6. To lacerate. 
9 I GQ€I^ GQq G©q Qft ^CiQ QQ«?l— 

7. To part (the hair). 

r | <j TO Q€isi-r 8 * To s P lifc into tw0 * 

t 1 ( eiftfllffGQ Sfy 6>^lS G9iq 6» GWI 91 

qSoIG^GQ) 91© 91 G«1I9 ftSGQ ^9GQ 

QIQ Olf^l — 9. To scratch Jineson the 

ground with the finger nails. 

<3§ 2iL^Q aq9ii9i qfl ^€Sf GW, awias>f s qiQ 
gqia^i ^s <ae«— ©Jiewi, ©Q wis39i 6 

©€j9G)|— €9. 3.— «J?I ^^? «l S9QI%9I 9«l C3WI% 
ChirrjibS a^l; Q\9 Q<$\Q8$>\~ 
fe^S *TT®^1 To become torne to pieces. 

Chiriheba To be capable of being torne to pieces 

©$$0l— W. Q— ©Q^ii (GQ«) 

Cbirugunl Chiriguni (See) 

:@(— GQ. «.— - (?f. ©$Q 91G>^&i 8 9) — a^ 2flQ EfftQ 
Chirards <jg £r|ft vi <* O^drQ 91 QS^O- e^tfijj— 
CEtfrt A strip out of a ripe fruit (mango or lemoD % 
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Chiruni , alM$ ©£*©©! — 

fiMtt fNr?t A hair comb. 

affgn ^GQ *W OQ^l QQ, 

©q* g&iQQ aqii sq i ^ft. goto l 
©%|B— €©. ©.— ©%«1 (CQfll) 

CHruni Chiruni (See) 

©qpi— €©. ^.— ©%9i (e9«) # 

Chirula Chirugl5 (See) 

©%©— sk©. («9©i©) ©— qt RiSgQi ©si «msL«9 

Chiruli ^© 6"^l ©Q Pit SSQi 211© 6QQ ©q99l 
2Jtq,Q I 

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Chive Chira (See) 

«»i^a 991 a<a «Q *ki*i as? csiqgq e ©es 6? i 

OS. G?C9<g6WQ19 I 

©6QQ-^g©. ©.— (e. ©Iffi—t i©"©9i ©s— 

Chirei 1. Acfof tearing or splitting up. 

C5^fe * 1 ©P 4© ©©91 ftfij^g — 

fenf 2. Wagefc *for splitting up wood etc. 

©6QQOI— 69. "©-H$. ©Q©5 J )— SfliQ^CIO S© aiO- 
Chireita ©COT* $©«!* ®©i$ ©g (j9©l«© JWa- 

f&itfsl, tkwl ga^GSS— A medicinal bitter 

fetTOCT, ^t^TT, UgfciyfT plant used as a febri- 

.g- ^©<V*l©iai©9 fuge and vermifuge; swertia 
©g©Q, ©*Q©g t 3qQ^ chirata; G-entiana chirayta 
©§©, TOgQ, 3qS©l, Agathotis chirayata 5 ^ndro 
qSJGSQ©, ©q©, ^ t graphis paniculata 

G$q«>6<? 3 9 Q\§®%, * (Kirtikar). 

©$!©©§©, 9q<$$ s 

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6. $cf©fl, 

[ g— <©iq §© ©a PQ<3 6 <j9©ie© i <v\ 

TOOi ©©graft »MIGQ 3$a l£gai— ia) Wli- 
"^h'iana. (b) Pyramidals. (c) Pulchella. (Haines)] 

©€Q©I— 69. §— ©63Q©I (6©et) 

Chireta Chireita (See). 

©SQia*— SiG© wwqs 6 s©aa9) s>— @sp (6©eu 

Cfcjronji Piyaia (See). 

'©«qa%©— e. ©«. «- ^i ©Q$1s * (eo«i) 

Chiropak^uta l r Chirakrita 3 (See). 


( 96qaq©i— d ) ^ i <iaq «19©iqs8 ca GJas" 

€$a^iQSL Q a ^ ^% 9l9ll9ff 6Qia ©^9— 

2. Benefited in such a way as to enjoy 

the benefofor ever. 

©CQfllGQ— 9I6Q (^Qq.©) © ($©. ClSiqGQ€©Q^I%) — 
Chiromare sg^qa; G09§)QQ Q\ q.SflaiQ Q©IQ j 

9© — The root of 'Chemar^ilai creeper; 

©QSI— S. ©. tf— ©«&1 (GQ«) 

GhirbhatS Chirbhati (See). 

©©^1—3. ©. «— ^ I ©1%©— 

ChirbbatI 1* Cucumber. 

J I EJf ©|^©— 2- Melon. 

©Q (ili%)— $ — 9@©1 — 

Chil (root) To wear, 

€«^a— §ig© (a«w) ©— ^i ©eri© ©©a©©^re s^qi ; 

Chilra «Q> W I; 61©^ E3Q9I «fl^ ; 6©©h 6Q©^ — 
Small change for a larger coin. 

W-tl GQ©I: «©Q— 

1* Consisting of coins of small value, 

' j I §>qi©696« wri% ©©a©9i (aei) — 

2, ( small coins ) In excess^of.a whole 

rupee found after counting, 

• I giqiQT— 3. Insignificant; of small value- 

g\ ©— ©$©fl (69?*) 

Chilichima (See). 

©Q— 6©. © (s. ©a )— ( aawdft %® ©«©q.§ ©9I©Q 
Chila asl) — <. I afif©fii — 1. The Brahmini kite; 

f§*t H^Hastus Indicus.- 

^ I 9J|f£B @S5 — 2, Common kite ; Milvus 

* govindci 

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Chila-akhi etc Chila-akhi etc (See) 

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Chita bilwa Solha ( See ) 

©ftS©-G©G9. © ($©1 )— * I S«MQ ai§/©3© ©»a« 
Chilamchi q#— 1. A metal washing basin or 

fc*i*rf5 * ^ tub ; 

ferenrat, fawr^ i i ( m. ©©3©©r) $©i© eaQ 

©Q Q8G© 9S*9 WISIM— 2- The main 
tube of a hubble-bubble on which the 

fire-bowl is set. 

©Qa-GQ. © ( Ql €»$'■)■ ac«Q, qgflcj_ wsi' afciiMi 

Chilama QflOMQGO^— The kowl or firepot of 
ftffjTI , f^*TC a hookah for smoking tobacco or 

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^ftflGflie— G?G9. ©. ( eri )— ©R3 $acQ ©taa©i »^- 
Chilamapos qg ai$© ©1^3— A perforated 
fSsWFffa metal covering for the fire-bowl. 

©QQdQQiQT 6 ^' 9 ^ q91 * WI©a©Q9l«© 
Chilamabarder ©QflC© q$ifi}?2l© S9IQQI <§ W 

f^^^ft^ «9 eiGQ © ©3 a Q fl©l Q&i — 

fe5$ m< 5 i T A servant of Rajas and Nababs 

who is in charge of the chilam and 

makes it ready for smoking. 

©Qfl©!©— G©G9. «d (ffD-S^a ( G9SI )— 
# Chilamabaj Chilami (See) . 

©Qfll— €9. Q^l— ©R9 ( 69« ) 

Chilania Chilami ( See ) 

©Qfl — 69. §$]-©ft0<}iq Q&iaS 91© 9©©IG© 2JS><i$ 

Chilami gicftg, — Addicted to smoking G-anja. 


©QflteQl— sr. 9. tfl. (©Q+91© ai^— ©©o© W 
Chilamilika +Q©. %|. eg ) — i' I «G9ilO— 

©Q9WI h ]QuM 1. Firefly. 

■©ftfllWIJ. l > I ©Sf©— 2, Lightning. 

3 . A collar ( ornament ) of the neck. 

©S3— G9. ©— i l ©Q siis Q fl 5 aal^iQqr© ©«§iq G9f^i9 
Chila ©g^Lfltlft©!— 1, A swooping by a 

Cl1 bird of prey. 

^T^T, ?fi n 5T 9 I ^91^ G99I— 2. Jump; leap. 

961^-v I 0©l3flif«« — 1- Light-coloured. 
> I Ql^ Q|— 2, Grey. 

©Q809— QQ. .©. (.e. 9»-+.»S)— 

ChilSSkhi flif «| ©i aigjs* CQIAiqg 2il^— 

f^Tl^^lR ?*»( Eye, with grey pupils. 

©Q20@2fl-G9. ©61. ( tf. ©«=©q©a^©i§ ) — 

Ohila-akhia ©RGi SfiCJ a©. QI9IQ n<^ ©ffll # G9l»f 
<»S?Hb|«t, 9)||2D ©I ai^Q 91 ^© v 9^© ©§ — 

fi[^t^C5t«l Grey-eyed; having pupils of the eye 

(Ofl'fllGflft— $1) g re 7 or greenish. 

©Q«l^a 9QQI911, GQIG^a G€!ie9Q QQQI 01—09 I 

©SJQ9I— G9. 9 , ( ©Q 9Q Clg G^* G© €1© )— 

Chilaiba Q© ^QGG?, ©l©©|. ©9 G99l 3 ©|©%^ Q9 
cfet^T G9$l) © gl© ©©©I — To utter a Joud 

f^WT cry; to halloo; *tf make a shrill sound; 

to scream. 

QOeSIQQ 019GQ 9iO q ©QQ i G90l» 0S9 o «© ff€Q I 

©a aiQQi— G9. ^— < i (§°g sal) «ei» ^ie©i— 

Chilamariba 1. To swoop down or pounce 

effsft^j upon a thing ( said of a bird 

^qf TOTCTT of prey ). 

©o floe^ oa fli«9 QlGsrlQ I qaiflia. oq*i I ^ 
^ I ( QMf& ) 901© SD8^^ ©Q G©Q§9I-*" 

2. To take away by a sudden attack. 

«n | ( Qg^ita ) O© G©Q3©I— • 

3. To take away by deceitful means. 


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4. Jump up; leap up; dance. 
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Chili * I o «| ( €«?« ) 

ftft 1. Chilli (See) 

9QQ$8 $WL« 1 ) 
2. A kind of pot-herb. 
• I QQ«It 3 ' Eyebrow. 

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v i (qI^ aGaews foScei €<?a goo© q<ai i 

<3ifl Sfcl £t°<3«l Q9IGQ qSB©)— StfrlSQ© — 
4. Red pepper; cayenne pepper. 

Chilifea elieQ |© g3^* QG><3I§ $Q— 

A salt-lake in the southeast corner 

* of Orissa; the Chilka lake. 

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GCH90 g^liO QQQ 3J9IQ QGS« ©£?»£§) I ©&9IQ 

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Q9QSJ I O Qfl|qi9^ GQ6S 3IQ "SviQ OQ^ I QG? 
G>I9I QQ G9IQ«S I ] 

aQ^gg 1 — 2. Name of a poem by Radhanath, 


describing the sceneries of the 

OhilEalake. 

©ft©fl— ^. ^— 9oi 0»?.GQ €Jg9l <9^9IQ Gat 918; 

Chiiichima €tqrl^®IQ ^IS — -^ kind of small 

(fcSW ^- Q\9 ©O, fresh-water-fish; the 

©q9©9I, ©ftdlO© Chela fish . 

C55T1 [ Q — 091 ^Q.OIQQj 9$ qifi (9. 

%55CTf;fe5I5^; GQI9GOQ. Chelaghora) $&&§ 

R<fiwi; t»!^^ acj» QGO; q|© ?1|S (^. 

O'QGOQ; Chelaphula) ^i5>.sjiGfj5 ^^ ^<j | <j$|q 

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OQfl— GO- ©— ©Q?l (G^«) 

Chilima Chilama (See). 

Chilimili poka Firefly. 

«6fl^fll«— GQ. e (?f. O QfllQQl)— ^09Q|QQ4lQQ«. 

Chilimili mali 5^g^ fl |© ; o"^— A kind of 

collor (ornament) for the neck. 
€>§l— CQ. 0— tfTOI <C93) 

Chilka Chilika (See). 

Chilla (root) 1. To play; to sport. 

-M §qfil GWJ; Q2I G90I— 

2. To become loose (M. W.). 
» I 9I9Q9 €<?«IQG>I— 3. To exhibit amorous 
glance or movements (M, W/- 

©S— e. 9 vO« ai^+o<|. a)— <. 1 o^asl— 

Chilla 1. The;Indian Kite. 

2. A bleared or sore eye (M. TV*.). 
QG — $ QIS; S3I9IQ «# GQGQqBS^— 

Having eyes full of dirt and execrecessence; 
with exading eyes; blear-eyed. 

^§0— q. 9. ( M + qeef. o )— ^ 1 ©Qaol— 

Chillaka 1. Kite. 

> I e% 9I3 ^"STIQGaiQ — 2. A cricket (insect). 
* I €>s>9 ( G^a ) 
3. Chitraka (See) (M. W ). 

©^ICJ— ff. 9. q.°- ( 0%$9i ©«+«^3 G3 ©^ aq 
'Chillabha e*|^ fliGQ )— OIQQI G^Q — 
■ A petty thief; a pickpocket (M. W.). 


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' Chilli 1. The Bengal kite (M. W ). 

Chillika 1. An insect emitting a very shrill 
sound in the night; a cricket (insect). 

[ q— <qiw £<afai as 69fli9i§ i ] 

J I -3 fil©] } 39QI — 2 Eyebrow. 

* I %Q^Q QaiQ^jl fllO {«. wflicwa)— 

3. The middle of both the eyebrows. 

4. A kind of pot-herb, 

€9. 9— 9 .$91 ( £$« ) 

Chilika ( See ) 

*©g?QW9l— St. 9— s^oi— 

Chlllikalata Eyebrow (M.W.). 

Chilli 1. Eye brow. v 

^ |.«*V£9TI9— 2. Cricket (ensect). 

■-69. 9— 9 ft ( €9« ) 

Chili (See) 

■SStel— «r. 9-9*91 <. <G9<a) 

Chillika Chillikal (See) 

jp§9l— €9. 9— 90l9 9fl9-«j69l; 9*Q9I — 

Chihinka Wincing^ being startled with a sudden 

<€>§9;QQ|— €9. 3. (?T. ©«@I9; 999)— 90l9 v $qS9«IIQ 
ChihifikaibS. Q39IQ9lj $SJQ9Q Wl— 
bH^ j j f To frighten and cause a person to wince; 
feSWJTffT to startle ; to alarm. 

(©8G9Q91— a9iq.a) 

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«§TOI-99. © . ( *. 9989; 999 )— 
'ChihiSkiba 9010^69 OflWl — 
EWl; S^J^Sl To wince; to take fright; to be 
.fa<d«M T; *fl* «CTI;-fa|^rT alarmed; to be startled. 

«&9 viea oq a sea 

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•© §19 999l } 9 6«iQ9i— 
To halloo. 


99^91— fll«. ($9$?) 9 
OUihirdiba 

©§Q— ST. 9— O QQj i§9 G9a— 

Chihura The hair of the head (M. W.j. 

©ft (Ul^)— «"— v I fi*9<i 9991— 

Chihna (root) 1. To mark; to observe, f 

} I 91C1 G99L — 2. To put a mark; to stamp. 

* I 89© 9 91§ 91 9gQ_0$qQ9l— 
3. To recognise a thing or person. 

Chihna . 3* Mark; stamp; spot. 

? I 99<5T— 2. Stain. 

* I (+9Q«. «) fi^sa^l — 3. Sign; vestige; 

symptom; characteristic. 
v i ©O&s gG^O— 5. Signal; token; symbol- 

indication; insignia. 

* I &9ij 09191— />- Fla R; banner,. 

6. Badge. 
9 I SQ©ft — 7. Cicatrice; scar. 
r I 51199 9^ — 8* Memento; souvenir, 
e I GM9€9 qS— 9. A zodiacal sign (M.W.) 

€)9>9— e. 9-—^ I ^* o;:i1 9I v * !Q "° ^0^" 

Chihnaka 1 A small weight; 4 grains. 

? I £Q ©^ 9IQIS1 — 2. A small mark (M.W.) 

©9.9IS!— ST. 9*1° (©© + S aiSL+9(S. Q9j ^««1. «»9, )- 
ChihnakarJ C9 ©9 9<l — A marker; a mark-man. 

( 999I9«1- 4) 9«'. 1°.-^ I ©^ G9Q?19I— 

1. Marking; stamping. 
J I S9 Q%319I— 2. Wounding (M.W.) 
«r> i QSj^9— 3- Frightful (M, W. > 
m%— W. 9- ^- ©9)-69€f Q3^| ©ft^e^isa 9i§ 
Chihnata Qj 9g ©S %<— 1 Identifying r naark. 
%^5; C5H^ ©\ * *Q ^?l §^3 agQ. 

^ I G9?«§ 9Hg 91 9| g^969Cat «ei»C9IQ 
091Q9I — 2 Identification. 

* i esj «om 9mSq aao^j 9<iiQ9<— ; ; 

3. Identifier, 

9fl.— U. 9^9) ~ ^ \ «919 QQ©S^ Q — 

• 1. Identifying. 

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,; i ^QQ©0 — 2. Well known. 


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** 1 31^9 — 3, Memorial; aiding the memory. 

©<&* ©§©1— GQ. ?.— * I G©ta§ ©S*S* g#l9© ©Q 

Chihnata kariba G99«ji© 9©9iq, ©GOQ^L fl^l 

fSftVft<Mt 9s^ «ai 91 Wflf ©9SGQ $83 © GWI 9s§ 

fe^snrr fegim g$© $*§ 9 ©i 491 91$$% ^ ® ,Q 

© 9* G©©1 lg Q ^ Qe , 6991—1. To identify an 
©9% GWI j ** executant of a document 

or a party (to be* the true person he re- 
presents to be) before a public servant 
(e. g. Registrar, Judge.) 

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Slftl9©9l<sa ©^SL ^SaiagJ 6QG9 $g 9<l§9 
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s& 9i99ie araGQ o^s-sualq.sa ©Q^q^GQ sta© 

©G« I ] 

£Q9l — 2. T<J identify a thing or land 

to a public servant. 

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91 ©tf G9IQ31©! S$W4 §$1©1Q9 Q«Q G©91$ 9J 

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©ft*©lft— GQ.' 9-GSKJ* ©i§ G©?«a§ 9| 91 Qng^ 
Chihnatadar ^©O^S* SBQG9 ©9t 9G9— 
fcfexsfrifl An identifier of a person or thing 

fa^i^H before a public servant. 

G9« Gf ©!—€©. &— GQl^a Q9 ©I ©g 91 ©3$ q$- 
Ohihnata pardiba QQ^S ^siGQ »q GQQ 9&; 
C5f^^t e®!^ 9WQG9 eQt-gifll^Ga 

9a«® 9S19I — To sign in a public docu- 
ment as the identifier qf a certain person 
«* or property before a public servant (e.g. 

a registering offieer; a searching or 
attaching oJfieer ). 

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Chihnata saksht 9Mg% ^ »Qfll9 Q9% 91 
, flSJP'll* • ^»g^ 91 «»^ ©G9 ©GQG9IQ 

fglT*^T9ift ©9«-3lalqfia- «a^9 9151 Qg«9^ 


9G9 — An identifying witness 
of a document*. 

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Chihnata ( etc ) Ghihnata efec ( See ) 

©9.yiq— qr. 9«. q: — ^ 1 e$9$u€9 ©« iii9«'9G9— 

Ghihnadharl 1. Bearing marks. 

( eoaiQdl— 4il ) ^ 1 a®©iyi^— 

( ©OaQ— J9QiQa ) 2 - Bearing a standard. 

* 1 qesiq a^siq^ ca w 9G9 — 

3. Bearing the insignia of office (M. W.).. 
©<&9— e- 9- (©9 ai$+9QS1. a©i ai9l?iq C9?«§ 
Chihnana 90 ©9|sai<l ) — G$3 — 

Characteristic ( M. W. ). 

Q<&<3>4 -TO. ©. (<JOQQig« ^909)— 3§5; ogj; ©9fli$}> 

Chihnabarnna G9fcl9 ^g«i 2I§9^ G9?^l9 ©9TO- 

f5f^4 Trace or sign of any thing; slightest 

/ R<^««l indication of the existence of a thing, 

evrf £g ©e 9 gqS^- gieil, 909qs 1 
©9^99*1 — e. W. ( 9® aiSL+9& ©9H )— i3gG9 9 9 
Chihnayitabya 9€lli3«? — To be marked (M.W). 

SftQ— CO- iM. ( ^. ©Q )— 

Chihnara ^ | GQ QQ GQ 9 9 OIGQ — • * 

CWl 1. One who can distinguish a good thing 

JW^K from bad B _ 

( ©Q q — aOi^a ) giqai 9i^oi GgfiQ^t^ol M9 o^q 

gi9«HG9— ag)»v ©ooaoglQ^ t 
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2. One who can taste and find out what 

is good ajadTwhat is bad, 
* I GS qpi ^01 «99 ^8%®l 9IQ QlGQ — 

3. One who can taste gold, silver etc. 

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gi2t9ia- ««■«! i 

G©- 9 — 9Sai«l9qr €?8l4l9G'a < a; © ©q- 

A family-title among gold-smithy 
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Chihna cjpq[_ ©1*3^91; ©dll^ll — 1- Acquintance. 

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J MtHlH 2. A small weight; about 4 grains, 

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CB^l; f^l well acquainted.. 


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distinguish good from bad. 

S§q<S>,i cqs$_ e9i«f £$«i<a — oIorq* sjsf sqgfl i 

•« 1 ©Q© — 3. Marked. 

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Chihnaiba qg )— l I G9k)9 9H§^ SO 6 ! 9<*§<? 

t:5 ^ ©9$6Q 8QOQ 9qQ9l— 1- To introduce 

1^9 f«lG ^^T^T^T a person to another. 

> I 6Qfa§ 98^ © ©<}iq o"©© QSJQ9I — 
2. To mark; to indicate by a 'particular 

mark. 

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G99I — 3. To point out. 

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?i§^ 9§ 91 g^ «et G9iq q&<%% 

Q$<$k% CQ«IIQeQ9l— 4- To identify a 
person, thing or property to a public 
(©69Q9J— 219^3) servant. 

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Chihnaka Weight of one 'china'. 

€9.. 9SI— ©3 0I©QI 9^§— One who can 

recognise or distinguish a thing. 

©<&l©9^— G9. ^-^SWW QQQ^— 

• Chihnachihi Mutual recognition. 

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<$§& 9. flWQO- 9$ I 

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• recognising. 

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©<&i 6QQ1— W- # — taea.aatfiiQ aQ©q 39ia-9£*9i— 

ChihnS deba To give out one's identity; to make 
CWW^Sl one's self known; to announce one's 

fafr^rr ^ * self- 

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ChihnanebS 9Q.9I 91 aQ9Q9l— To ascertain 
dHl^ yl or enquire about a person's where- 

v fag ll w T aboutsor identity. 

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Chihna pargibS aiQ9l — 1- To be detected Ir 
C5srt<T5l marked . 


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2. To be publicly known as an accessary 

to or sympathiser with any matter. 

* 1 QQfl^ea 1© ^9i— 

3 To be well known, 

v 1 QMiQfiq ^C©%ea gqsjo gwi — 

4. To be ascertained by symptoms. 
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Chihna parichaya g^QQ ) — qflftO^. d&^ aft«^; 

^Iih^ii Intimacy; close acquaintance. 

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Chihnar ©9IQ )— qaQ©Q— Well known. 

©qi©— gq. 9«. (e. ©a £i!%) — &a ©S aiGQi ©aq— 

Ghihnali One who can test or distinguish good 
CRT^T from bad; expert in testing things.. 

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Chihnita \^ ^ e ]l acquainted. 

-> I ©Siq§ — 2. Having marks. 

* i gGQrogiq aQ9Q— 

3. Indicated; symbolised, 
"tf I a§9 — 4 Drawn; delineated. 

* 1 9§^ fiiia^i 6saitf awisiiQisroio g^iQ— 

5. Conspicious by piculiar signs. 

#> I Q!Q 92ilsatQ^9l — 6. Branded; marked. 

9 I £)§<§> — 7. Famous; noted. 

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8. Covenanted ( high Government-official)* 

9. Well known. 

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10. Distinguished ( M. W. ). 


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*.* I £}3£l<Jiq g<3l$© — 11. Diagnosed; 

ascertained by means of symptoms. 

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Chihnideb.a 1. To distinguish the good from bad. 
CKWe^i J 1 QQQq qqqi. gq> aet©© ©H§q, old 

fefi^TT G©9I — 2. To recognise. 

€><yT6WI— €9. $ — 1QQTO 9<*§<g 91' 9110 QQld% 
Chihnineba 9599 q&^ ^|g £©©{— To select 
CSFffl^^Tj . what is wanted from amongst many. 

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Chihnipakaiba Chihnideba (See) 
€>^Q»I — G9. 9. ( $. ©9 *%)— * 1 0<rcfi)©© 91 10 

Chihniba q,<=^ qi Q.g^ ©iSW; OQqQ9l; 3Q©£| 

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■TOIW9I1 o . ^a.^isisn 

2. To distinguish the good from bad; to 
discriminate; to a sextain after testing, 

sgh ©<$ F«h cwi^ G«<.~ **« suq 1 qaiSNa. qsi i 

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v. I S5SS1 G9Q GQ© ©$J £Q 

4. To diagnose a disear-e h\ ^mptouis. 

* i ©SQ# s4qQl — 

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[ g— ©8,91 $^1© ejgQiS^ ^ gecr G9QI, 

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(£9^9^—9) . Marked; branded. 

91© (»%)— ST— 39m 9Q9I— 
Chik (root) To endure, 

Chichikuohi a©— Warbling of birds ^M. W.). 


q1(3qi— e. 9. (3* ai%«egQ« q^qi+q^. QQtf.a)-r- 

Chithika 9l€l©9 QJ^^ — 

A small slip of paper (M. W). 

©1«1— q. 9— ©1 s ? ( GQGi ) 

China China (See) (M W.). 

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Chltkara qs>. a ) — 1 I ©§>!©• QG?«1Q. 9^1 — 

(S©9l9— 3©iqa) ? . Loud cry; shout; 

exclamation. 

2. Noise; hubbub; uproar (M. W.). 
9l©^€>— q°. 9- ( ©1© v +$ ai^+q9. ©)— 
Chitkxuta ©glQ ( 6961 ) 

Chitkara ( See ) 
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Chitkruti Rattling (M. W ). 

©1© -ST. 9- ( 3."aiS«©q© ©Q9lH-©«. © )— 
China t, 1 og<g qg— ], A deer with bushy tail. 

> I ©1© G9€I 2. The country of China, ' 

[g— <i G99 v&n ?i9iS9€iQ a^G9 1 <iqs 

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CGW9K1. I $ftOTW ©<iaiQ WIS Q99$ CfolfllW 

■ . * I ©tfl: SQ aKWGSS— 3. A kind of 

globular small grain; millet; Panicum 

Miliaceum. 

v 1 ©la GQ9QIQ1 GQQ — 4. A Chinese. 

* I OlQCQOlq -80O1 GQQS «JQ|— 5. A thin 

silk stuff made in China. 

©1$ ?W m Off CSt QGQ 1 wi flWH 1 1 
?! 3p; S?J~& Thread .<JL W.)_ 

r 1 a©IOt— B. Flag? banner. 
* I tfl^Q C$13 QOGQ QQ|fl9l Q|1 (fl^O) — 

9 A bandage fur the corners of the eyes 

(M. W.) 
Q<1. — ©1q G^€ll^— Of or pertaining to China. 

0I99— q*. s>. (©Ig+9)— * 1 ©1^ wewral 69»— 

Chinaka 1- A Chinese. 

j» I olOl €1^1 — 2. A small grain; Panicum 

Miliaceum . 

*> I 0lW«Q-3. Camphor. 

v i 33a (flMN)— 4. Fennel (M. W,). 

-OlOQfl^Q— 3°. ft ( G&li olo+©a Q ; — 

Chinakarpura <]Qg*lQ9 . QQQ ( WQQ QGQ G£>lt 
• • eQ«i ) — A kind" of camphor, 

Cbinaja . Steel 

Chinamsuka g^ S|9S,— A thin silk stuff 
orginally imported from Chiila 

#1919— ?. ft — l I ©«»l «IWi <]Q39I9 aoi 9KJL9 
Chlaaka 1. White cucumber. 

' J i gQ^ TOW— 2. Fennel (M. W.) 

©iQQ— 3. ft— (© y l%=^^^ ©OTI+9& 93)— 
Chlbara x I SQHISil (QGQ398 G9T$ 6 G§9 Wl|1) 

mendicant's rags or garment. 


? I QOI-2. A torn»piece of cloth. 
( Necktie =€iQ 1 9Q %6Q ) Q!9$ QIQ *€a«Ql 

qwf^TO^og '©199' ©is 6QQsa§ i saai^- 

*• I Oajaig— 3. Beggar's bowl, 
v I %QiQq$— 4 Iron filings ( M. W. )' 
Ol^Q - a. ©. 1° ( "Olp<}+a» «J€fGQ. QOi tfll. 19 )— 
Chibarl GQfQ 91 60Q ^QmI^I — 

A Buddhist or Jaina monk. 
$<$ — QlQQai<3 — Wearing rags, 

Chibhata A kind of Memordica. 

€njra : , ?c ...-;fa^^r^'- : - -■ • -.: ^"Bag; tatter.. 

2. A strip or 4ong and 
narrowpiece of bark or cloth for 
wearing along the privities <M. W.) 

* I G^f^ WHSlS 0€iG^ 9%i ©19€|— 
3. The dress of a Buddhist monk. 

d. A necklace of 4 pearl-strings (M. W,) 

* I €»9I — 5. A crest (M. W.) • 

6. A stripe; stroke (. M. W, ) 
9 I CMI— 7. Line. (.M. W. ) 
r I €1S3 SQ — 8. Bark of a tree. 
ti I GQSH 6Q«I * G£tfiS>G9<3; d|9qg|QQ— 
9. Slovenly writing. 
€9. 9 - SlSWi @Si %fllQ G^l^tfil — The knot 
of the wearing cloth by which it is 
fastened to the waist. 

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©1Q9— e. ©.— 1 I «§« Gfl% QI€l»GQ G©F^l9 qOflq 
Cheraka «IG93Q 95^9 — 1- Public announcement 

(Ol€J?l— «Qi%9) on a sli P of P a P er ( M - W *) 

^ I 91009 f Wft ©Q^»— • 
2. A small slip of paper. 


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Chiradhari qq S g t pg| g € $. £gfa|9afia— 

Weariag rags. 
©1q«W>$1 -$. 9, 41— ilqr ©9 QQd! 5 GQQSiqr- 
Chirabbabanti The elder sister of one's wife 

: ( M. W. ) 

©1q--e. 9 (glQ+a)— ? i g^i— 

Chira 1. A piece of cloth ( M.W. ) 

9 I oq ©©!; GG&9 — 2. Eag (M. W.). 
©lQ (_Q©*1!Q)— €$. ©d— €>q Q©<II9 (g©«) 

Chira (etc) * • Chira etc (See). 

©1q9— GQ. 9«^-agi — Torne. 
Chjrani ol^a 9| asa sq$ 

oici S9ta G9;§ qaV- ecQia. scs*© 1 

QlQ— e. 9— aflft. €Qi9KWiaicT ©s©§©6©tfi— 

Chiri A veil for the eyes ( M.W.) 

©14— -sf. 9tf («® ai$=9q© ©Q9i-r©s?. ©) — 

Chiriina t» J93lS — 1- pierced; split up. 

J I <a§©' 9©§ — 2. Divided; cut into 
*» I ©0; 3$H9©— 3- Done; accomplished, 
v I g©a|9Q — 4. Studied; persued. 
♦ I Sit© — 5. Stored;£collected. 
9 I ©Q G9IQH$I— 6 - Torne. 
9 I Wl§, — 7- Practised. 
r I a©Q© (9©) — 8. Observed (vow). 

©Hfltf— e. 9 (9$9T§5 ©Mi+0& cs^ aaQa§) «§©)— 

Chirnnaparnna f 1 $>${ ci§ — 1 The Neem tree; 
Margosa; Melia Azadirachta. 
J <31QQ €!£ — 2. w The date-palm; Phoenix 

Sylvestris. 

©l€Q— €9. 9— ©6*©l© «©g©i© aia— 

Chili A class of fish found^in the Chilka 

lake 

©1q©-^3. 9— o^srssia (;§. wsi3q)~ 

Chlllaka Shrimp. 

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Chu * Chuchukara ( See ) 

ea— g©. 9. ( sr. qji ai$=s€}© cwi )— 
Chua 5 i §gw G?ftQeag— 

g^1 1 . A kind of fragrant oil extracted by 

^narr destructive distillation of resin and 


some-other fragrant articles; a stroiig 
oil-like perfume. 

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*i1^^rtj?9l a©j ©91© 91 Q^> — 2- S^oall hole or 
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water which filteres into it. 

gi69. ( g^,©q.© ) 9-»eaj ©a— Well. 

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Chuaniba ( See ) 
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ChuaS 1. ChufichuS ( See > 

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prt^-jf^R q^qg© sit 9191© 93 egg 913$ 

l^n^n. stoawacfc© eigi ©& to 

9191^ 9€?9I — 1- To distil; to cause 

to ooze. 

> 1 ocTqi ( 69« ) 
2. Chuinba ( See ) 

* 1 ( e. ©o yj'%) 99 qghq9i— 

3. To awaken a person from sleep; to rouse. 
69. 9. ( M*«©©0« ) — O^O* ( G9« ) 
ChuaBchuiS Chunchun ( See ) 

© §[© § J Looking at each other. 

\$ ©a\§ Wft w? 9?s^ 1 flicicu siswo- as? 
©20© — 69. 9 <$ 9tf— ©9IQ» ( 693 ) 

Chuarda Chuharda ( See ) 

<^5— 69. 9<a. (a©i «9© ejjpcq 9m©§© §«; g. a\) — 

Chuin 21© 6Sfc — Very small; tiny. 

^f& ( sai— ©Q 9€J$. oi siqrQ, 9 Q* fl^i 1 ) 

©Q©l - 69! ^— O Q9I ( 693 ) 

Chuinba Chuiba ( See ) 

9P a§)9i— 69. S\ ( e- ©^ a:^)— 6tiat esiai 691© 

Chui paidiba a©91 — To flow down; to fall in 
• drops; to ooze. 

<S>Q©I— 69. $. ( ST* ©«; ai^—fld© 6991— 

Chuiba * - S3Q9I* QjQ9i — To ooze; to fall down 
5 31 * in drops; to be distilled. 

.©SIR— 3169. (W*19) 9. ($». §. qEKjal; ST. «^ — 
Chuili 6WISI9 ; ^919*1— Flattery. 

©4} ©S}— 69 9- ( »«9Qffl )— ©V ( C9« ) 
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teeth. 
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kissing. 

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^f ^"^ person against the doings, of a 

strong person, 

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^|a* ) 1. A squeaking sound made 

by newly come daughters-in-law with 
the tongue and teeth, to draw the 
attention of the elderly females. 
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ChuSt-ra Tell-tale; backbiting. 

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Chunti A tuft. 

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ChantiS . • — Sparrow. 

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Chnn mariba • 9 Chun kariba" (See) 

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Chuk (root) To be satisfied 

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chuk ©©=»qsa; 9. ©?®' — *■ ' 3,9s S fl— 

g^s 1, Mistake; error; blunder; oversight. 

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Chukchuk Chuku chuku (See) 

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Chukchukia Q©Q Q TO$3L©2M ©g9i (<S§)— 

(a person) Who speaks unasked. 

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^Chuka * Chuka (See) 

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ChukanS Chuka (See) 

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Chukani (etc) Chukuni etc. (See) 

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Chuka $g «CH 91$© 9IS<5$$ «»W© flSqi, 

(©St-^l) «efl© 9«9iq «l$ *©q<3— One who 

** pacifies another's lust by repeatedly 

sucking his male' organ; sodomite; 

bugger. 

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Sodomy by means of the mouth; buggery. 
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5^t*f 1. To settle account's finally. 

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©|fl^ ©QQia ©QQ91— To pacify lust 
through another's mouth; to have one's 
male organ sucked by another. 

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Chukandia ^ 1 €©8^ S!§ — ^- Shameless- 
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2. Chuka (See) 

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Chuka mariba Gan4i mariba (See) 

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2 To commit a mistake. 


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To pacify a male person's lust by 
sucking his male organ. 

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Chuki Chukuni (See; 

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aift^SQ'S A term of abuse used 
generally to women. 

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Chnkipua Chukunipua (See) 

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Chukuchukia Chukchukia (See) 

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Chukunian Chuka (See) 

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A woman who satisfies a man's lust 

through her mouth. 

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Chukunipua qtf A term of abuse; ( reflecting 
( ©^1691— 9Q<i^9)- on the mother's unnatural 

propensities or sodomy). 

Chukuti Chukti (Seej ■ 

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^wfe^ISRT; ( two women ) To hug each other 

gqfe &S5IT and satiate lust 

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' 3tTC3f3T; ^tRtf QeQ_A waman addicted to 

^ . embracing and hugging another woman 

. to satiate lust. 

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Chukei (eto # Chukimi etc (See) 
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accounts or payment; liquidation of a 

loan. 

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Jjfe**lftH The Law of Contract. 

Chuktipatra Deed of agreement; deed of 

» contract. 

Chuktibhanga Breach of contract or agreement. 
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Chukra Chukraka ( See ) 

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Chukraka «G€9©$ aid— 1. A kind of sour 

sorrel ^pofc-ierb) . 
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Chugurda .. A kind of mushroom. 

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Chugala" (etc) Chuguli etc ( See ) 

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Chugula-ietc) Chuguli etc (See) 

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Chuguli ©qi —Slander; calumny; backbiting 

Sj^J%; ^ft tale-bearing. 

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Chagulia Slanderer. 

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Chuguli kariba To backbite; to calumniate or 

g^l^Wsnl slander a person behind his back. 

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1. A backbiter; slanderer. 
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Chungchuhg Restive; restless. . 

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Churigchung heba To be restive or restless 

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Churigchunga Chungchungia (See). 

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Chungchunga bayasa The full bloom of youth. 
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Chungchungia ©Q©§w— 1. Restless; unsettled; 
(QCrOGGfiQ— «1) fickle. 

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>| SialQ — 2. Impatient. 

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some. 

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9 1 ©9%99 ( 9m§ )— 7. A person who is 
in the full bloom of youth. 

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Chunga * Chunga ( See ) 

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Chunga 1; A long tube, 

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3. Cone-shaped funnel for pouring liquids 
• into a bottle 

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Chunga bayasa Full bloom of youth. 

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kerosene lamp without chimney. 

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91^ — 1. A kind of small rocket. 
> 1 OQl; 31Q QQ— 2. Small tube, 
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smoking guidakhu, ganja etc. 
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town for sale; octroi. 
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Churigiba GQ^Q ^Q qfi^L WW 6 Qfl^Q QQ 
©|?91 — To cut the both ends nicely 
and evenly of any stick or handle 
intended for a spade, axe, stiiik etc. 
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A hooka; a hubble-bujpble. 
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Chungurdi Chingurdi ( See ) 

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Chungurdia dala Chingur^ia daja ^See )• 

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Chungurdi bachhuri kutumba q$$ §^| gji^ — 

A family consisting of a bevy of children. 

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Chuchkara Ohuchukara ( See ) 

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1^; gg^ft 2. The sound for calling cats. 

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1. (word uttered expressing regret) Alas \ 

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^jg I — 2, Come ! (a word uttered while 

caressing or calling a pet animal. 

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1. Nipple of female breast. 

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2. Name of a country of South India, 
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3 An inhabitant of the Chuchuka country. 

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TOsr^TT, ^4*K*TT, 1 . To make a chirping or 

* ^H^R ^n coaxing sound with the tongue and 

lips. 

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<K>!« #Q ©,©,« QQ9I— 2. To make 
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regret or grief 

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qsrj^, ^NffT$ or sucking sound with the tongue 

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by uttering a chirping sound of chu chu. 

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f I 6^939 — 2. Kissing sound. , 
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breast. 

Chuchundara Chuchundra ( See ) 

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Chuchundra A mole; the musk-rat; musk-shrew; 
e- W©%Q, qOWl, Sorex Ceoruleses; Crocedura 
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tj^l* <3G^1 ,G©G^i eiajQ ^i;q] — 

1. A kind of small ground-rocket or fire- 
• work made by enclosing some gunpow- 
der in a cartridge. 

^ 1 sisrQ eqawag— 

2. A disease of the penis- Phimosis. 

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©G® ^aQ qaiQ ©q q^q ^q aija gqai ©^ q ( a 

Q!£GQ R£r€i ^9 qej%6<3l@IQ^I ©^91 (foreskin ) 

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Chuchuma «. I SQ 6 ^0<Jiq eeifivi 9^ — 
g^l # 1. Sucking bj the tongue and lips. 

•Sl9^9?— 2. A plaj-thing in the 
gft . *shape of nipple which the infants 

suck. 


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G9. M — 1 I ca O^Gfl — 1. Sucking. 
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2. Chuka ( See i 
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Chuchumaiba O^pJ^QIQ ^QQ %a )— 

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2. To suckle ( e.g. a child ); to cause ano- 
1 thee to suck 

QGQI ©gS— «. «. ( 9g9IQ 90Q <5>Q2JQ QQ^\Q )— • 
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Repeated sucking. 

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P| ©Q 6 fe^iq 9IG!^iQ G€ll€9l— 

^ft^rr, '^RT, ^?TT To suck ( e.g. mother's 

(OOqiQPI— gf©$) milk ). 

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ChuSchu tfaQO 8^, ffiisjo « J - 1 1 (aqp 9?*Jid) 

9^n!9 — 1. Famous for a certain thing. 
! J I (aq© 9^^GQ) aiGiGI ^ — 2. Expert. 

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1. Mole; shrew. 


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SIJQ. ( ai99S ) Q— Q$® 6QQ Q»l CWI QGQ 
QO Q§)6>1 COi^ei— The dregs left in the 
pau after cocoanut-juice is boiled and 

turned into oil. 

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ChuBohuri (@. 39SIGQ) — A kind of game at 
hazards played with tamarind-seeds. 

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"Chutka 8©l99iaaQTIQ;©^; OiQ— 1. An orna- 

. q^ gj_ ^Q^oa) ment worn on the big toe 

• *.->&. -■■' '"qQai gj ^ — 2, A ring worn on the 

second finger of the leg. 
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W^ 1 . A kind of tinkling ring worn on the toe 
a j,fa by females. 

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C^fl $q9s>l «l«aitt; 0€1| —2. Stroke with the knob 

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' 5. Snapping of the finger-tips; fillip. 

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• Ml— Pigtail. 

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Chutkia(See) 


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girft J i WKNG} — 2 Diminutive. 
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Chut kini Very soon. 

5fe^C3 J I 90IQ — 2. Suddenly. 

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Chutkuria Chutkia (See) 

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Chutchut ^)g^_ ©Efl*€€! ^©Gfi^ 9191 G«iaQ a«JO 
g^ «£? «GQ — 1. Crackling* sound of a small 
^TTO thing (containing water) while roasted 

over fire. 

J» I 99 ^Q *$ ^"~ 2 * ^very moment* 
.,^» V '■^atfwst^^ ' ; l^qmok sacoaa&feft; at very 
short intervals; momentarily; repeatedly. 
(aeil— OT O^O^/^l^iGSTQ 9gJ9© I) . 

G|Ot— giG9. ( g^lfil^Gl )* Q — ( 9IQ06I 2fl§ ) ft»Q 
Chutchuti €JQ©1— Sauce prepared with burnt 

brinjals and other fruits. 

©§-6Q. ^>. (e. G»Ql) — ^ I Sg,QGQ 04119^1 ^ GPS1 
Chuti Q( 9«|. O Ol— 1. Tuft of long hair left on 
^Tftg^ the head; pigtail. 

? t G^S^ — 2. A tuft of hair. 
9IGQ. (WHQ) 9— OfSfl^l; qiOflgf; ©S€rp^g|. 
A small rat. . . 

Qfgfl— GQ. ©«n— ai9i ^§GQ Sell eii<i — 

Chutia Having a tuft of hair on the bead. 
K"^«5t5r1 ^> — ^ I Oj^Cl $Q\ — I. Pulling a person 
gfeq-fanW-, ^fini b ^ tne tuft'of^his hair g 

2. A kind of small rat. 

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€>§2flf)^l— GQ. ^»— QGGfQ C«l; <3Qag|Q go\a|— . 
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C^\§fepi common house-mouse; Mus Musculus 

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o^GWIQ^i |f ac^a ©ft sagiq £§9i— 

C?6C91GOQ9IJ To pull down a person's 

head by catching hold of bis tuft ( to 

give blows on the back ). 

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Chutikata 9$^| G9IQ£Jl<l — lironioal) Having the 

T?V8\; &{$& * hairs cropped off, 

Qd — qq^cflQ-r A Mohamedan. 

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Chuti jhinkiba G99 8Q. GQISIQ9I; 69SI9&1 9Q9I- 
sftfesrW To catch or drag a man by 

holding the tuft of his hair. 

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9ai CQ9I)— The tuft of hair on the head 

and the back. 

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Chuti rakhiba To allow a tuft °f bair to grow 
^ffeflVl on the head. 

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Chnti hatare pargiba q h §Q §«| »o«| C$!9Q 

90I6Q £i© G991— i. The tuft of a 

^ persons long hair being caught by 

another person. 


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5rt^fmft%T'n ? 1 (Qg^iia) si^hq $i§gq sdSqi — 
2. ^figurative) Being under the 
complete sway of another. 
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Churdchurd aQi^erf €9 99IQGQ C3^ 9Q §<3 — 
(O 99 9 — 2i9MQa) Crackling sound of a watery 
pg^ thing being roasted in a naked fire.. 

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Chur^murd GGt9IQ9l g^G9 G3if eo ?<1 — 

( G> 9qQ^— 2J9mQQ) Crackling sound produced 

\^s^b while chewing small and crisp things. 

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Chur^anga gar^a Qi£)Q» WtGQ qqi GQI?<3 aiote 

QQ_TS"ame of an ancient fort to the 

north of Cuttack town*. 

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Churjbnga daha giQfiCCl© ©9*G9 ^J^gO 99q^ 

QI^9G€I^ — Name of a fen or marsh to 

the north of Quttack town. 

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* Churdanga deba Choragangadeba (gee). 
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Churdanga bandha 5^gCTG99Qi 91 q ^© ^S 6 

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gjg )— Name of an embankment 

I (now in ruins) laid by king Ohora- 

* gang& Deba from Churdanga fort 

to Bhubaneswara. 


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fg^^g <giQ H — Flattened and parched 

fW?T; frf^T rice. 

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8^91 qai ©qsi)— Silver comblike 
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^ Ghuidakuti ©W) — A kind of busn y weed growing 
"*" ' in paddy-fields. 

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'Churda kutiba- q§ 9g*q O^l 91919 95191— 

_ * To flatten paddy into 'churda' by poun- 
ding or beating. 

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"Churdachaula CSWIQ 8IQ* qQO ( aiffl^L GfiWG9 

Q€^€I C1fii!G9C» SSfGQ 91^ OTfi^) 0^91 

fk^S6M 6 Q€JQ— Parched rice and rice carried 

* " by a person going abroad. 

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11 "Churdadahi 9^999 Q Ol9^9 9§ -- J • Parched 

f^?t rice and curd ( and molasses ) mixed 

together. 


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wrW3;¥5Tl^ (©qi 6 98 atfdflai9Qai9i9)— 

2- Feeding the Brahmans on occa- 
sions of social and religious cere- 
monies ( the chief ingredients of 
which.are churjia and dahi;. 
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*P*Ttra «.Q9l^sai«8fi)*—l. (Brahmans) attending 

a feast* for fe'eding Brahmans with 
chur^a and dahi. 

9 I © 9>l9g gq — 2.«Fond (5f taking *churda 

and dahi at a fe§st. 

OJ»WOI— C9. 9— © 4 9*iq q© Q«9 96191 ^IQ^ §9^ 

Churdabhaja ( «<g>j qq «I9m )— Fried parched 

fe^^twl rice (this is light food.) 

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Q9QI 39<il9969^ — 1- Choorie*, a kind 
of flat and broad bracalet used by * 

females. 

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sleeve of a shirt; the fold at the end of 

a sleeve- 

* I il6Q9SII©9r 9I9CQ 9^l99l a©©l a©ffl! 91© 

9| &139 Qfifl — 3. Small bangles worn 

by females c» the hand. 


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4. A unit of 720 areca-nuts 

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5. Gramophone record. 

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Qhnrdia qjgigq aslj GCi|9q ©G©Q; © a ©2D — 

1. A kind of tufted bird which loves 
fighting with another of its kind » 

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2. A kind of veil or wrapper. 

• I ( ff. C€jjTO ) «9gQIQ GJ§>aQ ©$© a?> 

391 (ft«l 6 <$SIQ) qciie»l9— 3. A pair 
o£ cloths, (very broad and long- 

Qty® GS^I— TO- ©. — (<9I MQS ^ 6©Wl«9 Q\§\®- 

* Chvrjlia" pheta qq qq 3I9GS $dlSH<0 fig ^ <S 

OQ9I &§QI® ^_Q|— Long and 

broad bordered wearing cloth- 

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'churditia qqq$ 91 $«i$ ©|Q- (caialoiei W) — 

(CHS9QQ*»«1— <l) A o 48 * 6 of Hindus who 

. ^ * prepare parched rice, 

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Churdidar kamija Cuffed shirt; shirt with 

5f%*rfa sleeves having cuffs. 

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Churdipar^ . eil<i — (cloth) Having its borders 
Bf^tt?! pictured like the churjii, 

09 al©eoQoi— to-"3. (eiwi©s>)— 910% 09 6^iqqi 

Chuidi Sitaleiba Qt Ql© GQQI — (euphemism) To 

J.' gt^^S^Ti^ put off the chooree from the hand. 

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©@o@i— to- «.— G^a§fi»tai a 3 g9i QQtef «q 91 
Chuiduchurda 0«Tgq 09 a€ ^ TOW ^3 fl^l - 
fas fe f<» | Drying up in the sun or fire (said of a 

thing containing water 

O0Q9I 60® — SIG^- (0»ISl) ^-^^ TOO— A ^»i ali 
Chuiduchurda kendu variety of Kendu tree. 

OJdQ^aaVgiTO. ( «»W )—«>. — (O^l ^l?^I * 

Churdeitianl §S>©1^ ) 09 ©SS ©IQQ ^iGQO; 

GQ3$$1 — A woman of the Churditia caste. 

Chunta (Q|rf 91 ©<Sl»QI€i) 9^1— A rolled bundle 

C^ftW { of straw or rags ) used as a gag or 

cork to stop the mouth of a jar or a hole. 

Q^kl GQQI — €9. S. — ^4JIGQ Cj§-9Q W G^9I — 

Chunta deba To gag t '- ^ 

O^f— S1TO. («iH^o?) 9 — °J (to«) 

Cimnti *" *" Chuti (See) 

Q^G>|— giTO. ( WISftQ ^ Ofclfl ) © — «lQ9t; fitlQI^ 
Chuntiba CQQ©|Q9I — To eat voraciously.. 

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gi€9. (6i9©io) $ .— WSTOQI; oqQ GWI— 

To put in; to thrust - in. 

Chutal Qflj ©0=.qQgiQ)— ^ I C!|§; Bft — 

* 1. Buttocks, ^ 

> I q^i^lQ — 2. Anus, • 

o ©a— to. 9. — *. i ofliQQr 34jai9— 

Chutia ] . Pincers; forceps. 

-M G@^ 91^)— *2. A small hammer. 

C^W GQ. 9«. (Cll©); Cg. o^qi 88- ^ %> 9Q== 
^fcRT q9^1Q)~< I SI© — 1. Rascal. 

5 l^aifiMQ — 2. Unworthy or evil'(person). 

* 1 y)£ — 3. Pertinacious; stubborn. 

v 1 9^f — 4. Illiterate. 

°A ( a 'SL)"^ " ^ ' g^g r Q9i — 

Chud (rood) 1. To impel; to incita; to urge, 

* 2. To inspire; to excite. 


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* I 80 QQ9l;fi9 9$9] — 
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9 I 3QIQ9I; 91© «l 9Q91— ' 
6. To whet; to sharpen (M. W.) 

9 I a?UQ9l — 7. To goad; to drive (M, W,) 
r t GKKtf 9991— 8. To invite (M. W.) 
c I SIG^Sa 9Q9I — 9 To seek after. 
>©9QQ 9Q91— 69. $ — ©9IQ9| ( 69« ) 

Chunchun kariba Chunaiba ( See ) 

■QQq©a— 69. © <§ M— O^plOQI ( G9« ) 

ChunchuniS OhuBa^c&una (See ) 

■QQ (Q9il9)— 69. 9— ©9 Q9il9 ( €93 ) ? -> ' 

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Chunat 1- Curling of cloth into artistic 

jj^tl? folds; making wrinkles in a cloth. 


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Chunapatara Chunapatra ( See ) 

q©l (Q©i»9)— 91. 9. ( e. ©J)~ ©pi Q©1I9 ( 69<S ) 
Chuna (etc) Chuna ete, ( See ) 

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Chuni chuni • Chunachuna" ( See ) 

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Chunida , ©oqj$=q$* — 

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§fcF$t 1. Chosen; selected. 

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Chunakoli . . Chunakoji ( See ) 

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Chunukhai ChunadSni ( See ) 

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ChutmchuniSn • ChunachuuS ( See ) 

q99|©— gi. ©—0^9919 ( €9« ) 

Chunadani ChunadSni ( See ) 

9999Q— 91. 9—9^909 ( G^ ) 

Chunupatara * Chunapatra ( See ) 

©9Q— 91. 9— ©99 ( G9S1 ) 

Chunara • Chunara ( See ) 

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Chunda (root) To advertise. 

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Chundi Hair* 

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' Q^i 9«ll — Chignon; pigtail; a tuft of 

long hair left on the middle of the head. 

e@9i— gi69. (99010) S-9IOG9 99 QQiefg^i— 

Chundiba To do some wood-work. 

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54 1 fll — A procuress. 
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^a Shut up your mouth ! hush ! 

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9 — 6^?9 — Silence, 
M — 9199— Silent. 

00 9Q— 69. 9. 9«1— ^ I 919969 — 1- Silently. 
Chup kari > \ aQ^^iq a©©o ^S69; ^3G9 — 
f^f^C^ 2 "Without the knowledge of 

|qf^; ^?l^ another> secretly. 

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Chup kariba «1QS 6991 — 1« To keep silent 
Pt^l ^ I 9211 9W 9€19I— 2. To stop talking. 

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4. Not to let a person speak; to silence 
a person^ to stop the mouth of a person. 
©0^0— GO. 9— C^fa — Silence. 

Chupchap 93 — e I SIQQ. &8SQ — 1. Silent. 
g*tPt*i; 5f*t5Tfa > I ©H© — 2. Quiet; motionless. 
5Wm <" I l£aia^ qg— 3, Secret. 

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5. Whispered; uttered in a suppressed tone, 

* I €<3I&3I*I3©H— 5 Noiseless. 

§ * 941 — * I SIQ9CQ— 1. Silently; quietly. 
5 I GG1I9©G©— 2 - Sfecretly; stealthily. 

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3. In whispers; softly. 

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^n^q Chupchap (See) 

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Chup-be Chup (See) 

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Chupraha Chup (See) 

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^W5t=^ Q©G$ Sl%l8 Ql QieaeCI* ©G$— - 

siJ^SITsf, ^fljwra 1. Seemingly or outwordly 

1# (OW3W0I©— «©H^s) quiet but really wicked. 


(© OTQOI©— 9) 3 I S<M$©iqh G3 G©1I9^€Q SQ© 

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2. Intriguing; scheming. 

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Chupsi Silently. 

CQ. q«.— Ci GSQOt© (C0€1) —Chupsaitan (See) 
GO. 0«- ^1— oqal — Chupusi (See) 

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Chupse Chupohap (See) 

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Chup heba Chup kariba (See) 

©^91— SIGO fWWJ; 9IGW.Q) 9— G^Q! — 
Chupa Peel. 

© q@i (qohw) - ©ggii Q©iio (go«) 

Chupurda (etc). Chipurda etc. (See) 

© A qeoi— go 5\— egjp©i (Goei) 

Chupurdlba Ghipur^iha (See) 

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Chupuli Chipuli (See) 

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Chupusi Qg Q9G© QOGQ G€lia©GSl 9Si*3 O^Q 

gogjl^j — A slandering woman • (though 

seemingly innocent); seemingly innocent 

gossiping woman. 

QQQ— GO. ©.— OIQ*a G%l©IQi 9f©a— 

Chub-rdi Bamboo-basket. • 

(©^©1 — ei©M^a) , . " . 

©jia 90a— giGO.,(WQqfi) eei— q^ioq^i ctiqaoi 

Chub.la hat-la («IOi, »%I0)— "food) Which has 
been spoiled by much handling, 

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ChuMibS aipCQ 91©^ ^?)Q GOQ 9|5^ fliq 
©Q609I — To spoil the water of a pot by . 
dipping the hand into it. 

Q9W- 91. 9. (e. o/i©)— o^©— 

Chubanya Kiss. 

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phubaibS ^ To chew, 


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Chibuka (See) 

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Chnbra 1 1 <%2t* <J9* — 1. The face. 
> I Qi?— 2. Mouth 

on— €9. a ( sr. ®/l *% 9crsi$ asjjo )— 

"Chum Q 91; O H9— Kiss. 

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Chumki dl^Q 99,9.9, Q<£,ffl > ^> 609^1 6 99- 
S sj#t Q$2fl @ <q^ a|§3$ — Minute metal- 

OT^ foils; spangles ( set on cloth etc. ). 

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OP© Qgi — G9. 9«— SlifCQ ^IQQ S9S9 QQQl OQ 
Chumki basa f^dl^lQ £»«— Spangled; overlaid 
5 W<pM*l w itk minute metal-foils. 

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Chum khaiba 

"Chuma ©j^i— Kias, 

^Chum,a * . Kiss. 

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Chumaiba Gaifsative form of Chumiba. 

(C6SQ9I— «©«i%a) 
931 <3IIQ9I— giW. S. (**««)— GK*«fQ9l ( €9<a ) # 
^Churaa khaiba Chum khaiba ( See ) 

9^iG99l 1 ^ 

9fl|^ 6991— C9. ?. (*• 9$9)— QQEQ OQIQ^L 

^ChumSchumi heba Q^Q 9Q9I; ©£1 92B6QQ 

^stfs.f* S^Tl €991 — To kiss each other, f 


-©^Q C99I — 
To imprint a kiss; to kiss. 


©flQI — 69. tf . ( 3. OH'tilO )— 0«L9li eVWI* 
Chumiba To kiss. 

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Chumu A Small water-pot to sip wate torm 

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ChumutS Chimuta ( See ) 

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Chumutiba * Chimutiba ( See ) 

QflSiQIQ — ?f. $. ^ft«i^9Q«) — O^Q©^Q 0*0*gQ — 

Chutnutkara * Sound of kissing. 

©qpi -G9, © — qO^JI ( G93 ) 

Cbimiula Muchula ( See ) 

Chumb (root; 1 To kiss; to touch with the 

3 1 ^9 a^9Q9i— 

2, To touch slightly or softly. 
« I SlIQi© QQ91 — 3. To hurt. ( M. W. ) 

* 1 809^3 9Q9l — 4. To attract. 

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Ghumba Chumbana ( See ) 

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Chumbaka «| 2JQ^ 9GQ .>-^ 

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1 Load-stone. 

MS- cgfl^aisy 1 
5 I O^Q 6ftf9( G9« ) — 

2. Chumbaka 3 auha ( See ) 

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3. Epitome; summary; abstract. 

w| ©9Q9 €JQ9qa — 

4. The upper part of a balance. (M. W.) 

2l°a — 5. A parallel passager^M. W.) 
9^1— I 1 O^QQiqj — 1. Kissing. 
) I G^t — 2. Lecherous. 

* I il^ — 3. Cunning. 

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5. Abridged; summarised. 

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6. Superficial ( M, W. > 

5> I OQ- %<§} — 7- Knavish; roguish. (M. W) 

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""Chumbakasalaka ©qp Q4I — 1- Magnetic 

^^l_™a ^ needle ' 

* 1 93© ^«q3<% (^9iQ9> — 

2. Magnetic rod. 

■ Q% 6W0I- 6Q. 5* — ^^ SQQ # 0^ GQ9l«8 CliQ 
*Chjiftiba gheniba 69fillQ9l — To show one's lip to 

be kissed by another person. 

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Chumbana siQnQ q3W a ic *GQ 6gia«» — 

1- Kissing; a kiss. 


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«$igp, GV'99^9 COiW 9^99 OTOQ fft^^Q^ 
-» I is- 9IS9I— 2. Touch. 

C91QQGQ 9fi,fl§ fllGQ Q^JSQ, 

Chumbanadana SOQQ 9^^— Giving a kiss. 

Chumbanya Kiss. 

Chumba Kiss. 

Chumbaiba The causative form of Chumbiba. 

Chumba khaiba Chum khaiba (See) 

0^0— ^. 9«t ( 9^1 aiSL+Qrf. o )— e 1 ^90393 
Chumbita *3i9iq_ ao«i Qig 9^9 ^?<3 — 1. Kissed. 

> I G9l9«iq969 i^ 

2, Tenderly touched; lightly touched. . - 
*> I 3€J|GJ ^99—3, Joined to each other 
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Rl QCilQQIi 939 0Q©|— 1. To kiss. 

^jpiT 93 6«, QQO OS® aft, 

eJQCf 2HQSQ QQ9S1Q I fla^Q». 9«?0I9Q I 

/I GOIWQPCQ ^ QS19I — 

2. To touch tenderly or lightly 

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* I 9%9Q G991— 3, To be joined together; 

to be attached. 
f v 1 GQNli 91^91—4 To meet. 


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5. To follow behind ( e. g. a meaning 

following a sentence). 

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6. To affect^to be felt. 

9 I (3. «JOSK?) aiQSO Qg}3l - 7. To sip- 
r I aiff Q§Qi- §Q9| — 8. To drink, 

9. To enjoy with delight. 
*o I a«W^gl; QQ1WI™10. To. overtake. 

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tow— il) GWjftb— t 1 (aqg$) o^q qq^qi— - 

1. Kissing. 
( Ml— QQQG^I I ) 

9 I (8W4) 1« ©Of^i— 2. Touching. 

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* 1 (aqe? q) aj^lQ — 3. Affected with.. 

(M. W.) 

* I laqj?) q*Wlq— 4 Eelafcing to. (M.W.) 

* I («9£ Qis^GQ) Qtiq©— 

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*Chur G3WG} £T»GG1 WiGpQQM— Much into- 

5^ . xicated; inebriated. 


Chur-ki 3£ — Long^.nd small tuft of hair left 
51? ^1 °n the middle of the head 

fllW ($§&) © — G§IGQQ— A small basket. 

€> 9© ®— £Q- -« (3. 0.4)— * I S»G« 6«fa8 QCP9QSI 
Churcho^ ,^a^ © § QQ9| —1. Reducing of a 
fragile thing into powder; pulverisation 


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-> I 13f© — 2. Shredded. 

S>— (aftig«Qtfi) <. I G^I^SQQ QQ «3Q sq. asj^ 

5^5^ ac^ aeifliacQ QQ3I q^9IQ as?— 1- Soft 

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pissing sound made by urine when being 
discharged in small quantities. 

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6^5 * I C5»fa9 ^3Q^ Gat.QQia qc? 9QIG) as?. 
5^^ 99^9 — 3. The sound of the breaking 

of a small brittle thing. 

'Chttr-'Wot)-. Q@W— 1. To steal; to commit theft. 

2. To cause to.disappear (M. W.). 
* I ^@9I ; GWI — 3. To bear; to take^Apte). 
v 1 aqQiQ ©Wl-*-^- To possess, to 

assume (M. W.) 

Chur-ni A female thief, 

^fll— GO. Q (W^j SL«- 9- €>^9Q=iqq©|) — 
Chur-ma a^l; ^996^ O ©I G^ICjQ^I <^S©IQ §OI— 
ppi A kind of easily fragile oak". 

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f[3*It3 , pulverised. 

^HH T , > iQfiFQf §Q«iqa CTIQa^l — 

• 2. Demolished; smashed to # atoms # 
OQ— st- Q«. q.° (OQ al^_+9<S. a)— GeiQ^a^l— 
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Chura (See). 

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Churaiba Churaiba (See). 

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Choraiba (See). 
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Churali Back-biting. 

^Churi # Theft. 

o^ai-giw (www s— cq*.i <aracQ©fl"o sia as©) 

Cburia £I$9G€I$ — A contrivance made of *Bena' 

grass for catching fish, 

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Churuki Chur-ki (See). 

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Churuchuru Chur-chur (See)_ 

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5 3*1 • 1. Cigarette. 

^Va > I §91—2, Cigar; cheroot. 

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Chururda Chirurda (See). 

^§ftl-C9CQ. 9- (8- Oftfll)— GS«II (GQei) 

Churuma Chur-ma (See) 

©J8fll§l— C3W. Qtf. (g)— -©QSIIQ (69«) 

Churiatnar Chur-mar (See) 

^eQQ^fllCQ- (W*8Q> 9. (§G. §. ©GQSJl)— 

Churei OGQQ; aol — Bird. 
Qffi (ai^— e — 1> I 91^ «?WI — 1. To drink; to sip. 

Chul (rootl j 1 ^G§i»Q SWI; QQQ% ROi^l— ' 
2. To raise (M. W.). 


31 f ^5)91 — 3. To dive into (M. W,)- 
9^-giGQ- (WftW) ©—^ I (90- ^. €fift — TOSa e- 
Chul o 91)— G©9 —1- Hair. 

-* I (5f. O Q|) O d — 2. Hump. # 

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^Chuiaka Chuluka (See) (M. W.). 

"* Chula l.'ChuIJi (See) 

SGQiq — 2_ Furnace in a brick-kiln or 

lime-kiln or potter's kiln. 

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Chuli gi^gq ©sfl ©Q!sa|<I; «fl^ia , fl>— 

g5Tl; ^; 5C5T1 1 Oven; hearth; fire-place. 

^SH" ojawi 9^9Q sIq 

^*GQ 9^ ^*aa l Qff^ia- gg^o 1 

* I 9fltW9? aa Qg— 2 Furnace, 

* I ^OIQ A3 — 3. A portable stove; movable 

oven- 

[ g— o^qq ca^ 9ie% ©toQio qs&) ©qai-<i. 
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*f GG1I9 eii<l, G?lg CfllQSHMT 6&9GQ 9I§ QG9i, 

v I ei|QQG£1S —4. A term of abuse. • 

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GQGQ 9€»§ G^IQ 99fi}*-— asp eaty Q^q 69Q ; . 
©I QQIQ^ 3^3*1 GW i ] 
QOiai — OT. 9—^ ! %G<a^ ; OiOO-rl. Cook. 


Chuli a 


-> I q,QQQQ flfl*GMl ^QGQ 09^91 qpaiGi- 

G3£$ 9I$%3GQ Q$l G9IQ Q9I G9IQ2JI0 — 
2. A bamboo to which the rafters are 
fastened over the central wall -plate of 

a thatched house. 

91GQ. («>iG«i<iQ) 9— «q5>j ai3%_ ©»*6Q ciG*a- 

9^S flig9Q 9WIQ — The chief of the 

employees engaged, in -the- preparation 

of salt by heating the sea-water. 


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Chilli ukhariba Oio^iqQogQ* $£ gss&OQQl— 

To stir up the smouldering fire in an 

• oven by a rod, 

&GJ €JOIQOI— W. $*- {fi*fldl$— <0 g|Q^ Q|q q# 

('hull uthaiba «Qm$ qQflQI— (figurative) To leave 

(0.«2 £§GOQQl — aOiqia) one place of abode and 

go to another place to live, 

Chulika A niclje in the wall. 

<o>a©9l$ — GQ. a— ( aflO. ««q ) «6QQ©r «19IQ 
*Clmliki]a u S^flio GqQl oig"—Not to speak of 
KT^Tftg tffi { such or such a matter ), 

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Qfil$ 9«l— 91- -" ( $®§1«$ OlOiGQ OiO^Q ) — 
'"Chulikijiba * | ( CQte§ 9s§Q at£qa ) agi^l 
g^^eiri GWI — I- Not to be taken any 

siSfJfcrtHl notice of 

( flai— 691 Ml ©W «1Q I ) 

j I ( €ota§ wjQ ^as^a 91 qioh ) oi9i?iq 
fl6oi€$u«iep , o q^i o fitei — 

2. Not to be attended to by any person: 
<r> 1 ( qiqgs OiQ$© ) 9Q9I — 3. To die. 

* I G3!§> G9IQ SQOi - 

4. To be burnt to death. 

5. To be burnt to ashes. 

7, To be utterly spoiled; to go to dogs. 
Q<S$I8Q— 6*9. «— ^ oqiQ6Q« ©tfCQ q3^9I 9l§ 
^ChuHkbapara 0$9© Q<tQ9l$ 9GQ ^fif 90I?J_ 
•%^?f^?i G9a% OiOlQQl s^fiQ <aaq — 

The potsherds which are brought out of 

all old fireplace when it is renewed 

and replaced by a new earthen pot. 

^ChulTchaukS, OI9Kfc qQQI<a GOI90ai36Q WIQ 




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G9IQ &QI COIQgQI dfll— The fire- 
place and its vicinity swept clean 
(with cowdung and water ) before 

cooking. 

OQIOQOI GQOI— €9. 9— Wl'f^ Q^Q €jQai« 

Chullchauka deba GGIIQGiai3G9 £l9 9&TO OQOI-- 

§5CT 5^t(?f^¥l To sweep the fireplace and 

^^Ml'+jf c|><«f| its vicinity clean with cuw- 

• dung-water before cooking* 

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Chuli chala nahin agharabasa QIC} ^9 6 Q^ff 
^PlbH ^ ^W^\ ^ ^91 QIQ QJr% Qlg — 

A homeless person ( who has 

neither home nor hearth ). 

<3Q $©eQ Qlfl 0IQ9'— ^G^* 8— ©Qa^S^IG^ G9l^i3 

Ohiiirclialare b5sa paibS §|Q€Q 6Si<?G©ft SOIGQ 

ag^ aiQ9!-5-To get shelter anyhow 

SOnlewhere . 
Q— K (• p^ 512aGQ ^1 ©10 » 
Qg^l — l The burning of the fuel 

in the oven. 
q£SQQiS COTI — 2 - Cooking. 
( sjai — QG^a^q,aQ G^Cl 9211 ©O Sfl§QI qo- 
O!^ OiQT Q£Q O^Q ©ft Wie" I ) 

Cftl QlftQI- G9- 8 -- V I O.QQ ©aT«jL«IGOO OQ9i— - 
Chuli jaliba 1. To stir up the fire in the' oven. 

^S^Rn^'IT 2. To arrange- fuel in an oven for 

burning; to fuel an oven. 

•> 1 osa fl^GS? aQi 010 ap stoi aiQ ?9<jiq 

91 ^Q9l Q ffQQI— 3. To blow the 
fire of the oven by the mouth or a, blow- 
tube. 

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^Chulijhinks * qiq* gi§® Q©G«i? sS ©I fll|3g— 

K^lft*^ Projections over an ove»on which 

pots are put* 

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> i ©©i ^sa^G€l<3 — 

2. A wild tree; Hugonia Mystax ( Haines). 
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Chulijhuntia Soi ^$©1 (<igQ SjaGS ©ft 2i!<J) — 
A kind of ring worn on the minor fingers 

of the feet* 

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Chuli pakaifea To construct a new oven. 

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Chulipakha *. | ©^ ££aGQ 91$ ©§©l 93£jGQ 

(oj^aai— a©i^a) ©<si© fgsi 6 9% %igq 

GflQ ©19211© ai<i— 

1. The space between the cooking pot and 
the clods o£ earth put on the rim of an 

oven. 
J> I ©ffiilq €J8Q SIS© QQQ ?J a — 

2. The upper opening of an- oven. 
^as«i— flu W. 1°. ( «C© 9<*9?Q )— 

•Chullpasa * | ea'-© GQtQQ©©!© ^Sq$(9<i§)— 
(©jSflael— $1) ' 1- Fit to be burnt to death. 
? I €a»Qiqsi ( OT« ) 

2. Pordamuji^n ( See ) 

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§fl| 9!6j€J— GQ. $— * I Q«tG© 0©9I Q|OQ ai^Q — 
Chuli paunsa 1. The ashes left in the oven 

after a fire. 
S I ( ©Qg ©| Q^iiQSftO ) ©<% GQIQ^©! 9g 
©I §<S£J— 2, Any spoilt thing or 

matter. 
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Chuiipuja $a©6© ©jil^oqaQi e&i — 

The ceremony of worshipping the family- 
hearth on the eleventh day of the light 
• fortnight of- the month of Bhadraba. 
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Chuli phunka $iq qqIcg QQI PIO 210$ CT§©l — 
^C5M\ Blowing of the fuel in an oven to 

light them. 

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Chuli phunkiba £TQ9I — To blow the fuel in 

^M^ftfTSSl an oven with the n.outh. 

2. To cook food 

eecoe^eo o«ai gc? 36 aq — qq ( 

Chuliphanda The upper edge of an oven. 

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Chuli basaiba Chuli pakaiba ( See ) 

(qQ 9G^Q9I— flff^a) 

Chulimunda 1. The vicinity of an oven. 

( saat— G9i$s q^eoco o^Ip^gq agg i ) 
> t 9p? ©site sw$! gio — 

2. The space between two ovens. 
cia €a s»ia ! o^a a^ goq" goioki gia— oa i 

[ <3~ <3 gi© Q€cig9i^ ©q^qie© sIqwgq 

3. Female compartments; zenana. * 

(aai - €i^gi«^ g^GOGa oqqgcQ q§g«; i" 
■* \ (Qgaia' ) aiQQIOl —4. Kitchen. 

* 1 (Qs^iid ) a^8q©gi ^IflioQ gi9©a*v— 

5. Company of fetnales in the cook room. 
9 \ aiQOd" — *>• The act of cooking, 

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91 ©<a^— 6, : A term used in abuse or 

vexation ) Any spoilt thing or matter 

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.Chulimundaku ashra kariba q3 G©f^§OIGQ Q$ 

■ ©g*l — ' ■ ^° rema i Q a ^ a place only 

for getting a meal. 


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ChulImuhaH ©©]© q|g©| Qj&e© ££!$* ©§, G<5>l© 
plt^T; fen1wfl^5 2J|o— A lateral opening in an 
^SiO^ngC oven through which fuel is pushed 

into it. 

•qjiqj?!— ai. m q.° (qioqcot)— ©ai^rcpi. %m %4qq 

Chulimuhan ©a* QQ 9IQ@ — 
(© QSJQl — CI) ( ^ term of abuse ) With a burnt 

gCffTt^pt; g^n^Tl or charred face. 

©— ©Gi6$ eiftS qio aqwi - 

Adding of fuel to an oven. 

•©GO qgiQQi — G©. 3— ©535©* ©igs ©i©a© aqo ©a*$ 
Chuli muhaSibS 9G©© ©Q©l — To add fuel to the 
©G&fl©*©! fire in the oven to enliven 

©caeQ q«©i— 91. * ( $©§&©© ©i©<*g© ©<*©$© )— 

Chulire pasiba o^q© 9©l (6©«i) 

Chullki jiba (See) 
( <sai— §_qgl 1 qjsk© as i ) 
sxg «qiq©i— g©. $ — ©«© aacg ©a* ©1091— 

Chuli la^Siba To make a fire in the oven; to 
^H*Bffa ignite fire in the oven. 

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©_^6Q 8©l ©l©GQ ©a* QCli©©l I ] 
tQQ fiWW©l~ G©. S — ©^Q ©a"^ Wl§© ©Q©|— 
. Chuli libhaiba To extinguish the fire in an oven. 
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Chulihagura C£TCl © 3IQ QQQ ©_<%© ( qg«TO« 
■ •■^OTSWa— ti) q©6©) #191 eerG©— A person, 
who eases in the oven for fear uf going' 
out to answer the call of nature, specially 

during the night, 

919IQ 9l|iC4 <aaCQ £OI9QOI 

oiq qosQ 9ta caisaoi 1 oa.| 

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s%©'3Qi erow€w©«^oieo ©©s©G© cqi*^i 
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Chuluka ^ 1 QQfl ©l-Ql^a — 1. Mud; clay. 

> t eig^i wm 9i© # © aia^s^ ^©1 a©G© 

95JIQQI ©O — 2. One sip of water; that 

much water aS can be contained in the 
fiat palm of the hand. 

* I ^ ©©Sip) qiflGQQ — 

3. A small water-pot. 

* 1 flra<i3e©iaqg aiqj^CQ ^IQ©I ©© — 

4. A quantity of water contained in the 

flat palm of the hand in which a grain 

of Brihi can be immersed. 

* t Gdltfg©^}©* ^€^Ga , 3 — 5 Name of a 

sage who was the founder of a clan. 

©g©0— e. ©fit. ( ©9©+%aa 9©i aefcQ. Q© )— 

Chulukita ^ | Q^^iq d|© ©I §3 3IQ ?(©l— 

1. Sipped from the palm of the hand, 

> \ ©©^ig— 2 Muddy; clayey. 

©^ ^1^)— e. — QftIS PQ©t; G©© ©©91 — 

Chulla (root) To play; to disport. 

©§ ■ e- ©«-— (©« v ai%+a)— © w q ©ep% — 

Chulla' Blear-eyed; h'aving moistened eyes. 

©• — © Q 0© — Bleared eye. 
0§«|— ^- ©. [ 0% ai^L— ( ©»G© ) ©»i9 ©©©!+©$. 
Chnllaki a© + tf. d}] — t I SqjflQ ©|fl© ©»©g — 

1. A purpoise. 

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2. The opposite shore of a river. 

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3, A small plate or vessel; # saift?er. 
*gHi— ?. ©-— - { ©^^^.+ ©4 a+%1: a ) — i 1 ©a* 
Chulla ©Q©l fl|© — 1. Oven; furnace. 

-M ©©I; ©Q -Funeral pyre; cermation-iire- 

plaee, 

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Chuili Chulla (See) 


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Chush (root) Chush (root) (See) 

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Chush Chuohu2 (See» 

Chushiba m To suck. 

pa . 

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Chust 1. Hard; smart. 

C5t® } l <JO- aiS^Q; S1I9I §q»J © G9IQ 09 ©3 

f^* G9IQ 3I<* — 2 - Tight. 

* I GQfes — 3. Level. 
(Q|q|— ©ago) * I Qfoj OQtfit — 4. Active. 

♦ 1 goqgq ©3 e©iQ ©§9i (caraio)— 

* 5. Fit; tightly fitting the body. 

9 I £191 9q» ^l ^qpi <?6<5>* — 

6. Not loose or slack. 
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Chuha Chua (See) 

©@|— 69. 3.— 6&9I; 8II9GQI99 — Looking; look. 

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Chuhaniba The causative form of 

St^fR • • ChahiSba, 

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Chubanchuhifi 1- Looking at each other. 

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G^IQGQ a«S££ ^9 ©;?«£*— ^f« 9 SSI3Q0. 9q I 

^ I «IOiq. G9qi9l 9tf~ 
, 2. Act of seeing any person. 

QS1GQ 5>qP CQGO fl* *Q— 90^8-. 90-10 I 

Q»l©— 69. «?— (@^ ©9©l— ^i^^Qa; e. €qw5i= 
Chuharda ai9l§)2« O^IQQ QW9694) — 

^^T A wild tribe. 


> I9I§;G«G9^9 — 

2. A man of the sweeper caste. 
93— t I «S^j »CrQ — 1- Uncivilised, 
^ I QW ; ©q €1 -2. Cruel, . 

• I S^Q — 3. Rude. 

v I <S1© — 4. Low; mean. , . 

q«l$J— W- ©—* I G«t9l^j 6©?9lfi>Myfl£q -91 ^©gossr 
Ghubana €HS1I©€«« iG^9l^ ©G» GQI^ 69fl) — 
g^fa 1. A branch of Kshyatriyas or 

Jrtf-r, ^fersr Eajputs 

•Q60 q&q& €Q§G3 fl^aa ^GQ-S) ©_91« aoia 

^ I qWlW— 2- An incendiary. 

* I «19©IQ© q<?9lW 3ftGSSWG9S — 

(cciiatoia w)- 

3. A class of king's- servants of low 

oaste whose duty it was to set fire 

to houses under the king's order.. 

§»I»-G9- 9— ©Wl ^ ( G^« ) — 

*~Chuhan *** Chuhafia 1. (-See)* 

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Chuhara Chhuara ( See ) 

3991— SI69 («^,«gs)3 (sl°. §. g> wi. 9 Q ja ^ 

Chuhiba t €Ql39l — T» suck., 

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Chuchuka Chuchuka ( ^ee ) 

09 <a»o)— ^— flfl© 9991 — 


Chord (root) 


To shave. 


q@— q, 9 ( ©^9 ai^+9^#a )— t. I 0Q 5 ^«3^9 a^- • 

Churda §0€9 ^l^l^li^i ^1*9 §§— L A hump or 

protuberance on the back of certain. 

• animals e g. bulls,.. 

> I © i1-~ 2. A tuft of long hair on the head, 

•VI M© Qi ©I99 GQ® 6 !^ — 3. Name of. a demon," 

* I <3H, QQ 6 Qi9t© £!9€i a«l| — 
4. Top; summit. 

* I GSS 9« (9- as?3ICIQ)— 5i Small well. 

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Chuiga go qigqq a§99sjQ^ei eqiQ — 

1. The ceremony of shaving performed 

on a Hindu boy. 
> I G93 — 2. Hair. 

01 1 $3»i 5 e* 5 «jj g$ae9 a9i9c>i a? — 

3. A mass of hair artistically dressed 
into a knot ever the head; chignon. 

■V»JH8 « €WS|, »0 ®3© ©flO ©^91 — 909^. S«fl£> I 

*\ G9«9S«*; 9*1 — 
4. Tuft of hair leh --*n tbe crown of the' 
head after the M .shaving ceremony; 
a single lock of hair. 

* I o|qQ sao? qge9 G9Q q^o aa^s aw — 

5. Tuft of feathers standing on the 
head of certain birds ( e. g. peacock ). 

£ 1 asw 3«i9; a^r® ssr — 

6, Mountain-peak; crest; pinnacle. 
$1 1 aQ^jCl — Top; summit; crown. 
. ' r 1 qsj%; flgQ^waa— 

8. A conical head-dress; crown. 

e 1 cq% 91 QQ9 ^aG9 Qaq^GQ oa ctiq- 

gj9l g^ii — 9. Diadem; an ornament put 
• upright on the crown or turban. 

t.o 1 qjgioc og>3 9§9 $<a«— 
lO.'A'flat bracelet. 

\l l.^til- SIMN9 — 

10. Ornament; jewellery, 
Kf I 9g9 ( 9. €193199 )— 12. Head 

v* rgaiQ 9i£j9 ( a- a©ai«i9 ) — 

13. Chief ; leader. 
K* I 9fl ( 8- aOTIQQ )— 14 Well. 
t* I 9iQS ( g. €1931^9 )— 

15. A black-topped red seed. 

K9 I 9l$§S<s«?G«S ( §. 393149 )— 

16. A kind of ornament for the arms; armlej;. 

„ t9 1 o^9io«a ( G9<a ) ( g. acraiciQ )— 

17. Chuiciakararia (See) 


<3©I99«— e« 9- 
Churdakarana 


G393 ( 9$Q9I9 )— 18. Sending. 
9«— 6fl<& g&lft — Chief; principal. 

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6999^9 ^Q g^l«; 919991— 
(0919^— a«H^.a) The ceremony of first shaving 
done on a boy of the twice-born castes 
amongst tlie Hindus; the ceremony of 
tonsure practised amongst the 3 higher 
caste-boys amongst the Hindus. 

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©©19— sr. Q. ( ^1 9©; o^i^S^i+a^—wa ) — 

Cburganta * | eeva 5flfll°ai — 1* Pinal decision or 
determination; conclusion. 

9 I qg»©9 BfijfllQ— 

2. Deduction; inference. 

* 1 ©93 91 ea<a sflfli— 

3. Extremity; Unit, 
¥ I 3^91^1 — 4 Acme. 

* I 9l£h99l5 —5. Completion of work. 

j> I 09IQ 219 — 6. The top of a chignon or 

knot of hair. 
G9.'§— C€TC; 219— Finish; end. 

Final; conclusive, 

G©I9 9991— G9- S— G9fa§ 9CT^ G-a^ 91 31^9^91- 

Churdanta kariba To brin^ a thing to comple- 

b'^^^^i tion; to give the finishing touch 

to a thing. 

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q9l«*9 Ga^GQ G3^ ©g ^§9^» 99§J — 
Final decree passed in a mortgage- 
suit or partition-suit at *tts final 
stage, i. e. some time after a preli- 
minary decreee ts passed- 
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Churdanta nishpatti - Fin^l decjsion. 

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Churdanta hukuma «, | © qiq ©$$ (GQ«1) 

I. ChGrdanta nishpatti (See) 

y 1 Gas ®3Q as© 9i©3 gsi$? sag^s otsj— 

2. Final order. 
^©I©l© — 3. Q<s. g» (o^oi+tiQ aaeQ 9© ; tfliA©)— 
Churgaban sjiqiq 91 siS— 
(O a Qi^>Q — ^|) Having a Juft or chignon. ■ 

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Churdamani g*|© ogf— 1. Crest- jewel; a jewel 

worn on the diadem or crest; the gem 

worn in the crown 4 

9 1 stca$ ©<i§— 

2, Chief or principal person. 

• I ©l©SI€> (e©«l) 

3, Kakamachi (See) 

€©. 9— *> I <?CTGQ«€i 9^1©^ ogoflio^ 9^991 

QQK! — 1. A title given to Bengal Pandits 

• " for eminent scholarship. 

/ 1 QgQQ G©GTO §9«£| ©9QIQS QQI51— 
2* The title of some prominent zamindars 

of Orissa- 

* I (©l«l) OQISto (GQ3) 
3. Churdaman (See) 

©til — 1 I WQfi^ — '-* Chief; principal; eminent 

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? I SC^I©— "#■" highest. 

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Chlaidaman ©G€ra—(©CI©©J)|©1© $§©)— Name . 

of an ancient port in the Orissa sea-coast 

in the district of Balasore. 

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Chu^amla Tamarind . 

■qgio— «r- e. (©j?l+«8 «cfc© a)— sg© — 

Chtirda-la Xhe head. 

©4.— ©«©&*; SfoqQ — 

• **- • 

Having a tuft or chignon. 


0©IOI— e, 3- (© ©Ift+fl)— < I a©| ©IQ©— V White 
Chfirdala variety of KalScha. 

; 1 ©ia© gal (C9«) 

2. Nagaramuiha (See). 
■• 1 ©5^1 ©a (g. spgia©) — 

3. A kind of grass- 
es (qchw) — gq. 9. (g. ©,91)— o©q©h© (c©si) 

Churdi (etc) Churdi etc (See) 

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Chuta qsq era^ 0^9 qq 9s«3Ki) — «ng (qg 

6 era) — 1. Mango (tree and fruit); 

Magnifera Indica. 

2. Vagina* 
* I qSP^IQ — 3. Anus. 

v I q^giQ— 4, Door of a house (M.W). 

&QQ— e. «- too f qteaQ) — o © (GQei) 

Chutaka Chtita (See) 

^©a^ft— fir- q (>i1o% ©jo+flgo)— oq, osjo— 

CnUtamukula Mango-flowers; mongo^buds. 

<3©fiS©l— a. ^ ( o^+«oi )— 1 1 (^^loo ) — Q^*a«* 

Cbutalata ^ SJ^QS — l.A kind of mango tree 

with spraading or overhanging 

branches 

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2. A creeper creeping over amangbtree. 

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Chuna QIO©$ — Slaked lime 

l*, S=r [ 3—0 © ^Q 99iQ 1 e..oaQ © © 

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©qiai<i i <9i ai©GQ§asai< 6 gqioiqgqq^i sq© 
aig^S) qqqigq qgci I aeiQ© ©gq giai©<g©8 q^iq 

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^Pl^ ©Q 6 a©l ©IS|G© G©l&l9<?l ©£i— 

(©©©*$— SiQ e iQ0) Lime and lamp-black used for 

painting the two cheeks of a person 
(as punishment or in jest). 

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QI§G© ^QQ^GSl 6 €3 ©SI© «©©tg 21© £i<sT®, 
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Chunakala deba siaqal ©1§Q <l©aiQG© O^ 1 4 

WJFO- jj**4l^l Dpesi o© eiifiiGQ ©ial c«?iq©i— 

5RT3Wtt 1. To besmear lime on one side and 
^ black on the other side of the face of an 

offender to pat him to dersion and shame. 

J \ (QMI^f) G©7<a§ ©1§^ «Q GiC © ©St©i— 
2. (figurative) To put a person to shame. 

•©TOifl— sr. %. ( «r. ©i+Qfl )— ©©6©©q*tei ew&q 

Chunakama Q Qlg 1 © — Plaster- work and masonry 
gef^l^ of lime. 

■ Q©6©l£>— €©. 9— <1©3©IQ qfllQI G©l« — 
^ Chtinakoli A kind of edible plum. 

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Chunakhai Chunadani (See 


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6Q. 9 — GQlQt ©^ $3 q,^llGR QQQ €©©! 
GGQ eSlST ©3© 3g,Q3§fll© Qeai<« 
The concrete left after sifting 

pounded lime. 
(v_£GQ|§> 2l©«t%a) 


Chunagordi 


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©J+saai© )— ai©c© MIQ9I 


Cbunachaunri Ghurnaachaunri (See) 
£©QI©— €0. Q. ( 3. 

Chunadani OIG? SClGej© ©^© G9Sf iy^oij) Vl 

. g^jpittt ©©IG© Q«l9i«— A pot containing 

g^^^HC^T* lime used for applying on 

betel leaves. 

tew— G©. 9. (*. ©J+ap; <9i ©„© ^eep Saiai© 

Chunapatra Sen 6991% ) — 01© S6SP ©*U «>IS4 

^ ai?6Q a©iQ©i ©ss$ ©,© sesr o©p 

.flfn, qH> <?»! WiQ^I ® q|<51 ap-Bits of to- J 


bacco-leaves pressed with a little lime 
and used with betel or taken alone. 

^Chunaporda QIQ* QfGQ GQI99I— Slaking or 
Eif*K5t^ burning of limestone or shells. 

^iggwi [ s^Gflcrj 4 aiqw a ^ eoi^wift 
9oeerq-€^. e— ^ B «t? ^% ^^ * a< 33 o© 

^Chunaphera aigQIQ Ql*— A measure one cubic 

foot) for lime. 

Chuna pheraiba Chunasaphedi kariba (See) 

GQ. 0— €3^ OflCQ Cdfi^f 91 3d GEH9KUQ 
€>© ©SBQ §< — Lirae«kiln. 


Chunabhati 
ChunarS 


— 1. A caste 


SG1CT % GQl§» QQ Q«Q *QSJ 
(QQq — ei^QQ) of men who prepare slaked lime; 
ra^j a lime-burner. 

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2. One who sells slaked lime. 


Chunasaphedi kariba 


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ag^aiQ^i — To whitewash 
a house with lime-water 


©o^Q©— w. 9.— a«i-ai£\fl 9^991 aiq* ©^ «iecp 

Chunasurki Q$\qg\ 9«ll 3IQ ©?fiQ QqQ^i OTQ— 
h^#| Mortar made of brick-dust and lime. 

©Q®QQ-»€Q, §».— <]©§ 92© ©fi*0© 6 ©tl 9ffi)©— 
Ghuna haladi Mixture of quicKlime and 

pfflqjf turmeric. 

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o©i— w. Q. (^. Q4)— ^ I £©7<a§ a^iefe ©^— 
Ghuna • , ,1* Powder, 

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OQO q§ — 2. Saw-duet; filings. 
9$1. — V I crfloo— 1-i Powdered; pulverised. 

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^ I 21© SO— 2. Very small;" minute. 

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Chunaiba . OISOI — 1. To cut into very small 

IOG0Q9I — SlOi^a) pieces. 

(aai— aw^^joicT 00 oite^ alg §2 ai«) 

> I 0| 9Q9I; OQOI — 

2. To pound; to reduce into powder.. 

OOI ©€JQI — GO. 9.— ^ I GOfe)§ 9g$ o|GQ QQdQ 
Chuna kariba ©$91 — I- To reduce into powder; 
Hi<Ht • .to pulverise. 

'J I (QMieT) fl^ 91 QOia ©§91 — 

, fi. (figurative) to destroy. 

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©01^ qO Qdl ©€J9I— GO. ^-— teSWlrf) QQIQK3% 
Chunaku chahia pitba kariba q§* 9$j9 QQ9I — 
. (figurative) To out your coat according to 

your cloth. 

001 %§0I— GO. $.— SJ$» GO^»%<Jf O^pl 0€I9I— 
CMna kn^ba" To pound or press rice etc into 
bi*r$t?l * powder. 

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Chuna chuna 


1. Powdered. 


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^^5?t^ ^ 2. Reduced into minute pieces 

..4. — e i «Q 89 @o ©a (©aoa) — 

1. Many minute bits. 

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2. A large quantity of powder. 

ooi» — c3w. 9. ( g. oot->— oot (w« } 

* Chunat Ckunat ( See ) 


OOI &IIO — €9- Q 


9oi%C9i CfliQ <Q« Qfli pqaiQ 

Chuna dhana go! ^10 — Paddy separated from 
the sheaves and gathered into a heap,. 

301 CHO-W. q— ao G€% cat flIQ— 
Chuna machha Small fishes. 

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«OI G90I — €Q.S— t. I O^ 6W1; o^ cwi — 
Chuna heba 1. To be destroyed, 

> I qcf QIQfOfQ 0901— 
2. To be broken into small pieces. 


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3, To be reduced into powder. 
<J©— GO. Q. ( ff. OjTOI ) — 

Chuni ^ 1 o^OI G9IQ q^GO QQ GWI' 1 

^Jf 9G0 019 0@99l OOfl GG^QIQ 

pjft, \tj ^fft S€) JgOj q^ 2i o a; 6q,«9; s?1h^ 

1. Small particles o£ the chaff or bran of 

wheat or other grains after they are 

pounded and the husks sifted and 

separated. 

> I 00© $$— 2. Saw dust. 

$3| * 1 $g9# o$9ja «o ggo s>Ga^. aoqsi .qg > . 

5* flOj fllSO— 3. A ruby. 

©31 — *- I 210 SOj — 1. Very small; minute. 

> I Q$i$«— 2 - Powdered; pulverised.. 

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ChuniaS pathara e^^aaOGQ O OQ oq 2j|<j ; si^es 

gf^jWN^ aaQ ; G3^ aati^ Sai^ o 

OIOIGQ — Limestone; chaltstone r - 
O6)€!0— GO. © — <0 90)0 0^ Q9 9! <JQfJ— 

Chunigaba ■ A kind of small castor-oil-seed. 
QOQ— GO- 9— OOq ( G0« ) 

•Chunura Chtinara ( See } 

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Chuni chuni Chuna chuna ( See ) 

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1 Seducing into powder. 


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2. Pounding. 


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3. Powder. 

Qd — ©#99 J3IQ§|9I — Pounded; reduced to 

^ powder; pulverized. 

©q&— C9. ©• 9! -6 «fl— eaej9«iQ G©fa§ 99-i$ ©£9 

ChOraii 91 CaGS — A person who grinds or 
pounds some thing; a grinder. 
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Churiba 


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1. To reduce into powder, 

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" Vl "fi© 91 ©©69 G3S91— 2. To pound. 
* t 0919$ 9991; ©Q9l — 3 To tear up- 

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©$ ( ai$t)— 3— 491 9Q91— 
^Churnna ( root ) To reduce to powder. 

©4—3. 9. ( ©jfaiSL— *9i ©991 + ©& a )— 
•^Churnna t i QOI^ q#l— 1- Powder. 

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2. Slaked lime; burnt lime. 


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3». Fragrant powder; toilet powder. 

* I eiV9 — 4. A red powder used in the 

spring-festival for sprinkling in sport. 

* I «l; 9Q9I; ft§«~~ • 

5. Barley-meal; corn-fiour. 

9 I a© ( $. eiQSifi»9 ) — 6 - Dust. 
S> I ©a<fe; 99© ( 8- 419*199 )— 
7. Small sea-shell. 
-} fr;.\ asfQSfl— 8. Artistic pose of the limbs, 
M-w I 991 €910991— l " Powdered. 

2. Destroyed. 
m 1 §Qj — 2/ Pounded. 
v I fiio — 4. Curled. 


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©|9— ST. 9. ( ©£+<SKa ©}--* ! SP'i ^ — 
ChSrnnaka 1. Powder. 

> I QQigiq QQ^q 9S1«IhI 9Q91 SffWa— 

2. A composition expounding by a 
sentence in prose, the purport of a 

preceding verse. 
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- I $99 9il« c «© 9g9 5 fllC© 98 — 

3. An elabarate commentary, a key. 

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4. Barley-meal; corn-flour. 

* I §)§£!© $ — 5. A medicinal powder. 
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'"^^«^9 99Qf — 

6. A very simple style o£ composition, 

9 1 taqd; «Qais{*g9a© (g^99i9 )— • 

7. Indication of one's intention. 

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r 1 <i9fl9i9 aioaibi ( 8- €19^199 ) — 

8. A kind of winter-paddy. 

e l qsftccra ( 8- «©SI99 ) — 

9. A kind of tree. 

G>$ 9991— €9. 3. ( 3. ©^ ai4) -^ 1 W 9Q9I— 
K Churnaa kariba 1* To pulverise, 

J I 68§ ©I 9Q91 — 
2, To pound or grind into powder. 

* I ( Mfflief ) Q©ig 9^91 — 

3 (figurative) To destroy; to crush. 

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* Churnnakara 1- A lime burner.. 

;|QO 9i$>$ll£jl —2. A dealer in lime 

* I S3 at! GAGS— 3- Corn-grinder. 

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e^9 9fiTO9 ©I096M ( aqa© ^8©i )— 

4. A mixed caste amongst the Hindus, 

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Churnnakuntaia qft^jpi €91Q©ai9 6 «I9 gjaQ^ 

g»^Q9 eil<; «S9> ^91©— Locks or 

rings of curling short hafrs overhanging, 

the brow and cheeks ». 

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Churnnakhaada 


Line-stone; lime-ghooting. 


©£©l— tf. ©. (oi+^l€e. 01)— OQI GWIQ TOgl— 
Chtlrnnata The state of being 1 reduced into 

t powder. 

€>$»— S. 9. ( O^ai^+qQ. si^ ) — 
Churnnana q§\ $991 ; © q| 9991 — 

Seducing Tinto powder; pounding; 

pulverising. 

_ * * 

Churnna.chauSri gfl 91 <3£— A house or mound 

or platform having limework masonry 

on all sides. 

<?9 ?o^9 €90* 9 «ia © 4 4»&g 1 

Qjg. Q9WT, I 

Churjananiya Qft| ©qS^IQ ©aifih— 

Fit to be redjised to powder-, capable 
of being pulverised 
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Churnnapatara Chunapatra ( See ) 

Chilrnnapada GQGSa SQGQ ) — 

A kind of dexterous dance accompa- 
nied with brisk undulations or artistic 
poseb of the limbs. 

<©£»IQ— 3. 9— <Q QGIQ swal CIS— 

ChurnnahSra A kind of wild tree. 

^TCit [ §— <ig«i ap ei9 s^u, ©9«ai 6 GSlfci; 

®S86Q ^G€l I QW*t9 fl©GQ *<9I 931, ClQfl, 

• • * 

Cburnpa 3I&I SQQ 99IQ QC«« ( <^GQ *Tf 
A kind of Sanscrit metre. 


9§-3. 9. ( O^+Q )— V I Ojl ( CT« ) * 
Chtlrnni 1. Churnni ( See ) 

2. Small sea-shell. 

099l~ Sf. 9. ^1 ( €iiG»+a )— 0,©l; 2Qa— 
Churnnika Barley-mealj corn-flour, 

Churnnikruta A name of the great commentator 

PatafTjala. 
O®© — ^- 9«. ( €>J al^+Q^. o )— 

Churnnita t I qq\ Qq 3|Cig9l— 1. Powdered. 

> I ^'Sigigj 98$ — 2 Annihilated; destroyed. 

* 1 ?«t«oq aiQsiQi — 

3. Chopped into small bits. 

^#— *■ 9. (. ©J ai^+^. QiQ i'^CQ « sflG^a ) -- 
Churnni t. 1 e^© aiS© 9HlQS$iGi ai©&» q«g^— 

1 The learned commentary of Patanjaji 
on the Sanskrit Grammar of Panini- 

-> I QWGG) 0GV gOOO «IG9 QQ9 flftlQ flQI- 

9Gag — 2. An ancient Indian coin equal 

in price to 1O0 cowries. 

3. Name of a river in Bengal, 
r I GMSiM; ^^l %G3 9CV O^^V! ^Q 9I9I« 
$Q€» ( g, aQ^IQQ ) — 4. 180 bits of 
small sea- shells formerly used* as a 
standard of currency in India, 

* 1 flo giolQ QsiQ ©w ( 8. aQ?iaQ ) — 

5. Name of a river in ancienf India. 

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Ohurnnikiuta sai9l qGSVC^WlQP g«l, ©g^fll^ 

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into powder. 

* Ghurnnlbhuta ^ | sai^l 9GS> Q^pl G9IQ O flfl, 

(CH81q9— 9) 9^fllG> O Ql G9IQa§ ; qgl 69IQ^9|- 

1. Turned into powder; pulverised, 

2. Completely destroyed or ruined. 
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1 . Hair of the head 

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2. A long tuft of hair left on the head. 
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gq%— 1. ^ conical head-dress worn on 

the skull. 

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G9SW-9S" 2 ' A knot of hair tied 

and placed in upright position over 

the skull or brow, 

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3. A nosegay put on the brow in an 

upright position 

( 9211— ©CK&IA9 sifts fl I ) 

^tSt 9§i 9QQ— 4. Hump on the shoulders of 

certain animals (e.g. bull, camel). 

« I 9 G! ^QSQ 9igq q<gQ«=*i ©^ 9I9IQ«L9| 

flit 8g.pl> ©ja£«i— 

5. The balls or clods of clay or 

earth ^usually three) protruding from 

the rim of an oven to sustain the 

• cooking pot. 

9 I G9G9Q aster (32ii s^9, qpa ©e©Q, a^q 

6 A tuft of feathers protruding from 

the head of certain birds (e. g. pea- 

• cock); cocks-comb. 

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7, Crest of a mountain. 

r i sigqa— 8. Top. 

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Q109 «°« — 9. Tennon. 
<* I Q ft ( G9€t ) 
10. Chuli ( See ) 


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qq\q — 11, Knobs put on some orna- 
ments. 

©«9— e. 9.(e» + <aiGeT q)—i i s» (G9«i) 

* Chulaka A. Chula (See) 

^r«r 5 1 <9 3919 QI^oh 8e^— 

2- A kind of mountain-cactus 

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q©g%«a— G9.9«-(g ^o+qs^)— «gp eft Q ^ y '^ 

Ohulamuktia Qfl «^Q 0^09 $jjj% §G<?— Wearing 

a crown of peacock-feathers. 

^©9^., «eaiqa^ «. cite 

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^Chtilft 1. Chuida (See) 

> \ QI9IQ QflQg ^9; OCJSIGI — 2 - A.pleaaure. 
dome or turret at the top of a building. 

qg>— G9.9. 1 1 (e. 0^9)— 90^9 aa ai<as9 s^g^iq 

Chuli *9^G9 3a 91369 fl€)g9l 3^19 91%4I9 (<9K^ 

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ztW&T 5119a— A button-topped peg driven into 

the upper fro,nt of wooden sandals 

(which is thrust* into the interstics .of 

the toe and second finger of the leg, 

while walking. 
3 I 919199 69IS>a S«9 — 
2. Conical peak of a hill. 
Q&a— G9. 9^-— t i SI9I9 9 9 2IWi OQai^— 
^ ChaliS 1- Having a tuft; tufted, 

G9 ^s ftowoa fl^Q.910 oa 1 qoo. Q9flQ«igc> 1 

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2 Knobbed; having a knob. 

*>l G€Hi.a- 3 - Conical « 
©._ t 1 Q|q§| qs>TQ G«t!?<3 ^©39*9-1. Name 
of a lofty nlountain»in the» Bamra state 

of Orissa. 


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ChaliS had had 9\OQ*\ (as!) (Nfl) 

* JCathakata(bird). (See) 

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Chulika 3«GQ Sell G9IQ $Q© Qi SKjQI §« )— 

t I QdSoi; ©J9Q— 1- A kind of sweeet 

puffed up cake fried in ghee. 

y I %o1 ; a©£>i q_g (g f as?$i«€i)— 2. A kind 

of thin bloated cake fried in ghee. 

* ! aatf gwgj <o $as>§9Q Qi«t_- qq- 

G9IQ&59 — 2. Title of an Upanishada 
• in the Atharba Beda. 

€«©l— q\ ^.(©jGSH-a)— t » Qftff (C9«J 
ChulikS • • 1. Chulaka (See) 

J \ .qisqq across, a§*GQ -roaa^ G$ta3 

QSQIQ 39©l ^?«flsai<3- Wllflr^GM— 
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tion of some event is given from 
behind^ the scene- 

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3. The root of an elephant's ear. 

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4, Churda (See). 

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gWl fc 99, a@ ^ggr go oi Geii^ 1 Q3ai<i — 

TfZ& A kind of tinkling ring .with a knob worn 

by females on the 2nd and 3rd 

fingers of the leg. 

Cnt&h (root) Te suck. 


Chushana GQl^U G^€QI ; OO 991— Sucking. 

(©€©, 0M1^ 9 O^Jh— ©GSM) 

Chushamya aiGQ; 3191 © O fll SQ QIGQ— 

(©^1— BIG^i^Q) Capable of being sucked. 


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* I (+$$ «+^1- «)— 9IGAQ a«i«ieaiG« 

2, A strap or rope passed round the 
waist of an elephant. - 

qs— gq. $(9\ o <a aiq) — o o fli; §^< o o 3«i g«io»i- 

Chnshi A plaything given to infants to suck 

gft (. representing mother's nipple ). 

^§9— 3, 9^ (« 4 « ai^+G»^. © )— GS1<3I G9IQ9QI> 

"^Chushita OOfll aiQ$(Qi— Sucked. 

€«QI — CQ. 9 (^. O^ai^)— 9^G€1 GQlfQI; OO^I; 

Chushiba ©Q qiQIShGQ G©I«§ ^Oh% Q9 CaiSCOQh 

5^t, C6W To suck. 

Chushya Fit to be sucked . 

( G^W— aQl^a ) 

60919— GQGQ. Q <Q°. GO«oe) — G95J19Q; OQO— 
Chear Chair. 

€«ai®eiio— G9GQ. 9 (Q° GOH^qiff- <^sj G?ffQ© sej 

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CWl*WH qfllQGl saiQ 9t GW9I — Chairman; 

%sn^!| , president. 

veoatgGW; GogG^ff— affi%a) 
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^^ ^I^Q 'Jl^ ^i©?© SflG9€I — A word 

^%^i used in goadiog an elephant to advance 

or to turn round or to turn back. 

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revive ( said of withering plants 
when watered). 


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QSjjtoG* 96191 — 2. (said of ghosts which 

had been made powerless by magic) To 

revive after torpor. 

w I WQ ^891 — 3. To rise up from sleep. 

GOQ ©iftl— .6Q. §~ ££9i«9 G9IQ 2131© Q GSiQ 9§- 

Chein basiba £§»9I — To keep a watch or vigil; 

C^^^fl to ait up* to keep watch. 

GQQQI— GQ $ (tf.G©©9;©©ai$) — * | ©9^091 — 

Cheinba ' 1. To wake up from sleep; to 

5|5Tt r i se up from sleep. 

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* ! 2JJOTm &§> 3G©9 €991 — 3. To be enlivened; 

to wake up from torpor; to shake up 

drowsiness. 

4 To show signs of vitality; to revive. 

. fcm * \ (S0Q91Q 3»$%a) etfcwi; GQtas 9m§^ 

©91% ©IQSiQ 9§9I — 5 To awaken a 

* person for sleep. 

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Chein soiba Qg9l— To feign sleep; to lie awake 

C&ZVffHffl while seeming to be sleeping. 

6<5>$— G9. ©- QltQ a|««iqw ( G9«t )— 

Cheu • Chyau pattanayaka ( See ) 

€©€l QfcGKlQ— G9. ^—QHl^ 8|ffl^Q ( GQ® )— 
Cheu patanaeka Chyau pattanayaka ( See ) 

6<s>6Q— G9. ©— «iW,i (era;— 

* Cheora Cecum Butter-fruit. 

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Cheii Qfij-— 1. Sound produced when a pastry- 

fjf cake is fried, 

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J I eW6Q «IQQI<^?I 91§>919W— 

2. Sound produced while marking the- 

body with red-hot iron.. 

3. Chirping or squeaking sound of house- 

bats and moles. 

Chen-en "* * Chen ( See ) 

GQ& — GQ- ^— ^ I 9)©^l «J5?l9iqGWGQ©aT GWl — 

Chenkha 1. Branding or singeing the 

C^^l* ftTl body with red-hot iron. 


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3, Torture; harassment. 

I g©!§<3|— 4 •Deception; cheating. 

ggfitQ ao^Q^srcjai Q09! S^i — 

5. Lesson acquired by bitter experience. 

G9 Gi GQ9I— ^. 5* — l ' GWGQ QQ?i q9IQ QIQ 931- 
CheSkhadebS QQ|. 0^G^9I — 1. To brand the 
C5*^1OTWI; ?W1 bod 7 with "red-hot iron. 

^Tim T ^ l sai^QI G^9I— 2. To torture. 

• \ §©iG*31l 9^91— 3- To deceive, 

SQGi QIQQI— £9. fl?— <. \ qa/ll G99GQ 9^1* 9@'^l— 
Chenkha paiba 1. To be branded with red- 

Vft5fl*ft v «'g1 hot iron. 

^fTT<rRT j 1 g|Q»| Q!Q9! — % To sufer pains. 

vGsTg«i aiQ9i— «©H%a) 

G©® ©€IIQ9I— G9. 9 . — G©« G99I ^ (G9S) 

CheSkha basaiba t Chsnkha debal (See) 

(GO© 9GTO9I— «9i%a) 
G9«l (Q0«*»)— W. 9.— S361 WMI9 (G9S1) # ._ 

Chenkha (etc) Chenkha e*tc (See) 

qq . — QQIQQ — Deceitful 
GOaiQQI— GQ.3-— ^ I 9©IQ«IGQ QQIQQIj 09IQ91— 

CheSkhaiba 1. To deceive. 


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«n I GOOIQG09l-*-3. To remind. 

GOS1IO GOOI— G9. ?.— GOG«l G90I (CT«) — 

ChenUhae deba To teach a lesson. 

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Chenkhiba . 1. To be deceived. 

^1 / I (99$9) ©2fl G99I — 2. To sear; to cauterise. 

* i ^»84iflfij 219Q9 ^ig gai GN 0Q91 — 

3. To learn a lesson by bitter experience. 

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Chenkhe deba 1. To give much pain; to harass- 

of^torwi * i*ao© oqqi; sq§°si G091 — 

^te^TT, ^pl^fff 2, To take revenge. 

* I O9I09I— 3. To cheat. 

G©q*— €Q. a. ( ag*?QQtf. e. ololool )— aglaiooro 
Chenchan GOo'q.Sfi" ao — 

fafW) ftfefl, fBffiT Chirping of birds; twittering; 
^R[ ^f£, f^^f j %*%* * warbling of birds. 

€06© — co. a.— ( aciiQOQdi )-— 1 1 ao^ci 6 ^jfo' 
CheficheS 9«t§Q <ao«6> 0211— 
C5C&" 1. Faint faltering nasal voice of a weak 

%*% and sickly person. 

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$Q— %2. The sound produced when some 
m cold liquid is poured into a hot pan. 

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€©G©qi— co. M. — \i.a© $^» 6 ala — 

Gheficheiiyan *1. Very weak and debilitated. 

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%*5R; Having a very weak and* faltering voice (due 
to weakness and chronic illness). 

* I GO* GO GO Oq^OI — 3. Making a chirp- 

ing or squeaking sound. 

■— 1 1 (aal) G9 go w 9^91— 

1. To chirp; to twitter. 

(oqo ais 801 aip* §qq OGQQQ 

e»l G99I 9SI^GQ) GO* a© 0Q9H 

2. To produce a squeaking sound (said 

of a liquid or paste while poured into a 

• • * pan on a fire). 


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3. To squeak, 

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^p^l — 4, To speak in faint or faltering 
nasal tone (said of a verv weak or in- 
valid person. ) 

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Chek TOJ9Q — 1- Checking of accounts or tickets. 

C5^ ^ I et©ai<3|QI%9t Qlfijqi G^7ei9 9M§^ t9l ^ 

g"^ 991 QIQ*«|fi!f Gsa^" 9^9 ©3 91 GQOI ^S)^!<1 — 

.2. A cheque for payment of money 

to the holder by a treasury or bank. 

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$q\ qq\ ai< 5 Qg 9iQ^ 91 c|,oq 9§g««.o qtai gog»- 

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3. A chequered cloth; check. 

v I GOO v QI^Q ( GQfif ) 
4„ Chek pauti ( See ) 

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Chek kariba 1. To check accounts. 

%gp 5 r <q T 910^01^, fO%^_ GQ§ ^i©q 0Q91 — 

2. To check the tickets of the passengers 

of a railway, steamer, tram, or taxi. 

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Chek katiba G99I aiQ* G0?^9 91^ 91 ciOdieiMQ 

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^^ UdT 9^^a^) G^, G^ GOO «5 GOSL- 

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9IQ^]i aOIQ G99I — To issue a cheque in 

favour of a payee. 

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Chek-dakhila Chek pauti ( See ) 


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Chebpauti gei^Gsej* $qi q§9 msi — 

C5<P ?fPf=Tl Printed rent-veceipt granted by 

%3> ^ife^ the Zamindar to a rent-paying 

* tenant. 

■Ohefc bahi G8$ 9§GQ qg><] 91*1 9q9-OT ai<— 

CS^^ft Cheque-book; a book containing 

. ^p q-f^ blank cheques. 

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Chek buk Chek bahi ( See ) 

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. Chekmunda Ql<3£i 9$9l Q<i§<5) Q^Soi $a| 
C5^^5 Q99Q £™IQ (3191 *S?I G|9<S 9§Q 

(SOQS ?J — 99*i^EI) Counterfoil of cheque-receipts 
kept with the person who grants the 
receipts on receipt of money. 
vSWQflQ^-cSeQ. §( Qo. GQ9^Q9$ .)— 

Chek rasid «. I G09 s 8IQQ- (CQ«) 

. ■CE^lf'W 1. Chek pauti (See). 

^.jcta* > I €J3G«T«e 39IQ aQgigQ $91 

* G9IQ99I Sl9l93§>— Cheque-receipt. 

SQ^l^s! §® 9§9I— 3169 (S3!©£LQ)§ — G©91 Q9IQ9IJ 

Chek mashumi bhirdi basiba G99ISl£i Ei9iQ Q§QI- 

• To squat crosa-legged. 

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Chokar $9$G|9 699 9Q§— Ticket-checker. 

t€©QI— «. M- (3- 9$)~99l i €«li£i i 09I9IQ— 
Cheka Circular. 

Q— A I 99139; 991 — 1. Squatting on th*e 
• ground with the buttocks and hips on 

the ground and entwining the legs to- 
gether as to form a ring; squatting 

cross-legged. 

..^tc*ra etaft j I G9I$ qi Qi$eo g;q ^01891 ©$i$© 

"■^Ti%551 $$91 <$Q|qGte} — 2. Clod of grassy 

earth; sod; turf cut by a spade. 


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4. A circular plot or area. 
* I aifl, GOf^lGQt9 a^^TQ ^§»l%©2t9§lff— 
5. The spiral position or coil of the body 
assumed by serpents while at rest. 

6QQIQG1— GQ. ^— GWWMQ9I (GQ«i) 
Chekaiba ^CbekiSiba (See) 

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Cheka uthaiba Cheka katiba (See) 

,G09I ^GOQQI — a<Mqfll 

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Cheka katiba Q[Q* Oeil^© 91 fQ 
^rt^i^St^^l G9I?)G9 91391—= 
^t^TCTT To cut turf or sods. 

€091 G9i€lQI — G9. 9— ©3^* G9l€1»iaie(€l €IS SQSFI 
Cheka kosala G91Q V 9§ ^§G€i Q9I9IQ |[I9 
(G©tofl G91S19I— ^a«SOQ) «IWIQ 9€l flIG©— 

The creeping variety of Kosala pot-herb. 

G09I G09I— GQ. M. (e. Q#I9IQ)— < I GQiSi Q^ei§ 
Cheka cheka §§<^ — 1- Round slices of. 

CtW C^T ? I 991 991; Gdlfii G«IQ(Q?9 9|) — 

»ff^lte 2- Circular (said of many things). 

S99IG99I fll^—gi.Q.(Sq.99^)— 99IQ9I Q6fe(6Q$) 
Cheka cheka mauli Chaka chaka bhauSri (See) 

G99I9Q9— CQ, «. ( e. OS5-T-S199 ) — G9T«1§ glffq 
Cheka-chhauni QlSiqjjj ©91919 9^9lfllfJ9iq ^^9 
ST^^I^t^t^l 9^191 — Cohering a place with 

t'gS MHM T sods or turfs^ turfing 

(G99I@SBS, G9Q««3 f GOQI8«l'2i— aQi^q) 

G99I 99IQ9I ~GQ. ^— 991 Q9IQ9I (€Qfil) r 
Cheka pakaiba Chaka pakaiba (See) 
(6991 QG9Q9I — 89i%a) 

€991 9ig)9l— G9 $P— ©91 Q91QQI (G9«l) 

Chaka pardiba Chaka pakaiba (.See) ■ 

(G©9i ai&QH— *K?tq£i> 

G99I9Q-GQ. 9— G09I S^S! (69«) 
Cheka-bandi Cheka chhauni (See) 

G99I $$ 9§9I — SIG9. (ai9g.Qj «"— 

Cheka bhirgi basiba *G©9I a9IQQI 4OT«l) 

Chaka pakaiba (See) 


cowisisja 


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Chwka-mauli ChSkachaka bhaunri ( See) 
J I SQlSO — 2, Cross-legged squatting. 

* 

(GOQWft, €©$I3£JQ, COQI9©— aoiqfl) 

G©£i aiQQi— gq. 5 1 — oqi 3©iqqi (wa) 

Cheka" marjiiba Chaka pakaibS (See) 

6©9I99GQ Qg^l— giCT ( 4194$ ) §— 

Chikasanare basiba ©$| eiqiQqi (GQ«l) 

- * Chaka pakaiba (See). 
GQQI 9I&9I— 6Q. $ — CO©l 91191 (C9«) 

Cheka haniba Cheka katiba (See). 

6Q$— -OT- 9 (3. W)— O S9 6«lKa9l9 «g ; OTO — 

Cheki 1. Small circular pieces. 

tf#5 ; I %& GotaiiOQ qgi — 

*4<*tirl 2. Gold and silver coin. 

6©©2»— 69. 9— SOOT q$?| (coei) 

Chekia Chekia suna (See). 

gtowwi— 69. q ($. oij— e 1 soar 91 Gaisa qq 

Chekiaiba QH9I ; fl§QIQ|Q ©& ©1191— 

1. To cut*into circle or circular slices; 
to make a circular cut. 

> ' Ci$Q CI§Sl CO^CGITOQ 9I1S99I— 
2. To cut off a tree from the baae. 
(GO9109I, 6QG9Q9I— TOi^Q) 
£QQQ1 q©|— C9. % (*. ©WI© + 3$>— 3©l ^?3 rf- 
Chekia sung; £Q| — Gold coin. 

G©« Qqi— aiCQ (flaw) 9 (e. o$+9q)— (gSow 

* Cheki kanda" <©E]QIQ OS — 

'A kind of medicinal plant. 

«Bfl«§i©qiQ, 99^1 6 sq§ G$ieiG$ gw© 
©q£3l<l I ] . 


£QQ 6©§— G9. M— V 
Cheki cheki 


@9 «9,«gq§— 

1. Full of circular bits. 


*\ 


I 99, 6 GQiQ^lQ 9$ (9|)— 

2. Myriads of small and circular 

(things). 

OQ ere* qcti qcti — a^sito * 
I €39 G«M©IQ (fl|# 91©)— ' 
^. Smail and round (slices). 


e©ft©lo — 3-9* ( ©o ai^j. a9- y fija^-H?^i©Mesi 
Chekitana OMISef. SI© )— *gqf>@ — 

Omniscient 
^. Q— V,l 5»9ie^^ — 1- The God Siba. 

-^ I 3i©1© qQ®€J ©STO ffa©— 2. Name of a 
king of ancient India mentioned in the 

Mahabharata. 
[ 3— < q®€M qj^CQ ai§9Q^ aasQ q^» 

GO© — W- *— G©CT J (96Q^| 591SW) (e^fll) 

Chenka Chenga 2 (See)- 

GOG?i— giGQ (g«^j Q«n— ei^t— 

Chenka Of acid taste. 

giSQ (saiQqs) qji (6ii«eQ 91990)—; 

£1191% 3^©9SWI6Q €©§91 91 QS?I Q©9— 
(a term of abuse; (a person) Deserving to 

be seared. 

[gi€Q (atew) 9— e>tf (69«i) 

ChiaS (See). 

GOfflOl— SIIGQ WlQqS)9*— eofMWQ €W^ ©l©q 
Chenkiba S^lGQGQOTl 91 Qjq^i—To sear or 
mark the body 4 of an animal with hot iron. 
GOAT (09«»IQ)— GQS1 (QO^jQ) )69«) 

Cbenkha (etc) Chenkha etc (See). 

■ €©0*— OT. 9— ^ f QSQi QIQQIQ' 9q©l© 6 QIO 9lf gao 


Chenga 
5^T 


«>QQ9I QO"" 1- A paint for tEe 
Ganjapa cards ( prepared^ with 
yellow orpiment and indigo mixed 

together. 
J I ( 3. ©ft^€P; <39| G9Q" JSitf £]|Q aiQQ ) 

Gat filial 919; 91Q391 6 aor€Q 9991 

-09S9IQ G€lt 913 — 2. A kind of small fish 
C&sp, sfs^ c$i ( with scales) living in muddy tanks; 
%ff, %5tnT Ophicephalus Gaohu»- 

[ Q— aiO^Q a^QG^ 91^^1^IG© G©er 9iS 

4Q ^sr^ sds^ qh Q9€ii Qia^ g©sp ?9iai<i 1- 

<lfllG© €^^91% 91© GQQ«» «II9 aq, §g <]fll©^ 
G<59 Q€l §9 O 1 G©CT ^Q^©Q I GOGf Qlfif, SOT 6 
a'Si^SGQ ?(9I «IQ9I©«JGQ QG9 I <9I$ «§, 

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3. Chenga habej,i ( See ) 
fll6Q. (9W) 9— «IH <W.qq 9TOQ 49 I «9N 

6 ea^CSR Q93 €9G© G3§ QOttf 
QtQQQi $3ift9 G9IQ €W 9GQ.)— A kind 
of paper-kite having streamers hanging 
down from it and making a humming 
sound while flying. 
SQSr q$£Q& Q€J-€9. 9. t S9Q9 9! €»t« ) — 
Chenga rasi benga rasi < I ^Q ©as? GfcJG3 GQG9 

(soer qtft €9«f $8— wq^i G9G£} to © 8©qi 

SJQgl-^-l. A phrase used with reference 
to two persons who are inimical to 
each other or who do never agree. 
' > \ q$ ©3QQ «Q TO ff©Ql Wfll — 

2. A state of close intimacy or agreement 
between two persons. 

aft^^S ^ c©Q m% i G9a>aiG0 aa ««% qiScq 

©©q. G©§ 3<?l ?!€« ©«CS a»6Q fl9l G©GT 6 

QIQdl%«9iW «£UG^ €l§>©l 91 3tf©l ?J9IQ 9^) 
&£ O 390Q ^» G9!Qag I ] 
6©£F $19©— €9. S — «<? 3QI3 ^Itft; 6$$ 9t9£> «^€Q 
Chenga h&bili £>*» StQIQQSlS CQCT 912% a<SWI 
C^t^ * G9G© 913% ^«IQa$ <l91 WfeKiL 

sjtetawn QO. aow )— 

1. A kind of small rocket used as fire- 
works. 

Chenga SjOiQ ©<3% €>qf9i; qja— 

1. A pinch on the thigh of a person 
with the thumb and index fingers; a 
pinch with the thumb and index finger. 

9 I 60tt > ( GQ« ) 

2. Chenga 2 ( See ) 

* i eesp 9iw ( 69« ) 

3. Chenga habili ( See ) 


GQGCrGl qQO — €9. 
Chengei chau la 


9- 


$tf. ( e- ©£P*~9S, ©sfo, GJGqg )— 
^ I SICO©; ©1©I— 

1. Animated; liyelj; fresh; enlivened. 
m\ J I fiiG3«; ^g— 2. Hale and hearty. 

3. Having shaken off stupor or slumber; 
freshened after sleep or rest. 
66a— €9. 0— eofifl </( €931 ) 

Chengi Chenga. 1 ( See ) 

■\ I ClIQOQr §qfl!SQ 9fi5^ 
ffai £I|Q 21)3 ^G0Q69 Qq QI8«| 

saw ft? «IQ9| aiQ* 69 a3ff% G^Q* q^o 
^l©§J — 1- Rice got from new paddy 
gathered, by. cowherd boys from the 
field in small quantities andhnsked in a 
cocoanut shell with the help of the cow- 
herd's staff. 

€<3I? SgQ ^?Q9I <aiQ^ a^tef — 2. Ripe 
Kantei berries plucked by children 
from the bushes and mixed with salt 
and red pepper and crushed in a 

cocoanut shell 
6©WJ{©— 9I6Q. (CSOSiiQ) %— QQ%Q 6QQO ( G9fl ) 

CheBchruli Champei neuli ( See ) 

6©8i— €§69. Q. fe°)— qign QQ Q€l9l QS ©iS9ti^ 
Chenj 3Q9^ UIQ* 9&QQ §1^1^ €I9Q — 

Temporary change of climate; change 
C5Sf of ones' place of residence for im- 

^f3f provement of health 

6©* — sr. ©■ 4°- ( ©%aiSL=r€aQei ©Q9l+©#. ta )— 

Cheta <. | qq<j. Q|g— 

(€0^1 — ^l) l-.-A. slave; an orderly; a servant. 

■ > I ^e»9i^© ( Q%$ 'q\^ 9^9|«?m ^fqj^ir 
qj$ 951 ©GQ)— 2. A gallant who paci- 
fies his enraged sweetheart with 

endearing words. 

* I Q9; 9^9 — 3. A fool; jester. 

« I Ol£[9 6 Qlf feiqr 3»^ 04K&91 %^i ( §* , 
aQSliQG} ) — 1. A go-between. 


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* 1 <i© g©i© «i!s ( 8. «©aici© )— 

5. A kind of fish. 
9 I 0©; flsfl ( §■ «©9ta© ) — 6. Husband. 

9 1 ^aaQ; oiq ( gsig<w? )— 

7, Paramour. • 

€©$©— s. ©. q?< ( ©^.ai^— ©gswi ^W +*& 

Ghetaka s© .)— * I QQ% ( G©3 ) 

( COWI— tf ) 1- Cheta ( See } 

« ■ 

.M $» ( @. a©qia© ) —2. A messenger. 

* I ^®a©>©l© v ©W ( 8- 3OTW9 ) — 
3. Show; parade. 

Chetaki ©|«j|q©; ai^QQ ( g. W9ICI© ) — 
(C©*©fll — %\) Magician. 

■eofoi— e- e. $1. ( G©s©+sJ. so ) — eesl ( 69«i ) 

Chetika Chetl ( See ) 

t€»fc1— fc. ©. <l. ( GOS-Kl $ ) — <• I QW1— . 
€heti 1. A slave-girl; a maid-servant. 

G9s1 G9efte$>s$ < 9$«® ' 

/ I QflGiq ©I; ©@©l tf — 2. A concubine. 

-G©*— 31G9. ( SgQ ) © — d«IQ- 9fi?| — 

Chetu A wooden spoon or ladle. 

$9®— 3- 9- V ( 0* ai^+©& « )— Qia 3 aoi— 
Cherda ( G09l— $ ) Servant. 

SMC©- ( qSl ) Q— SflTOOl; «q.qi QMErO;-QM- 
ETOSJ ©9 — Small and young jack-fruit. 
€9©9— e- 9. S£ (©S" al 9.+ 9V, - TO )— G©9 ( G©3 ) 
Cherdaka ( G©§)©|— %1 ) Chercia ( See ) 

€G9l — e. ©. ffl. ( QOO + 51,1. § )— G©%1 ( G©9 ) 
Chergi Cheti ( See ) 

©§ «o«iq ais^tf etr© 
efiflisi gq3g« 09100 cool — qyetei. ss-ss^q 1 

€©@lqa— 31. ©■ ff. ( area's )— 1 1 qiq1w— 

Chesdipua 1. C a term of abuse ) Son of a 
(GG£3€EII~ a©*»Q.Q) concubine or maid servant. 

3q # q cr^ai *ai? «i« ceolcai esq 

©|Q GO©i€0| €9Q ^Q GQ9» tOlOQ-«qC))0 I 

> I ^»©^© a^© ©iS — 2. A lowborn person. 
* ! <£l©6£|© — ^ -^ mean person 
• €€® < QQmIQ*)— QU *— ©© Q©HIQ ( CQ« ) 

Che^i ( etc ) Chini etc ( See ) 


€©^t— gq. m. q°— ^ 1 gs <© ©ai^viwiQ ©8 ©eg 

Chenta ©G© — !• Teasing; pertinacious, 

(€©WQ— il) ^ I ©©$©1— 2. Quarrelsome. 

• I «0 <J£ldl-3. Very miserly; niggardly. 

v I G9 ©©©I^G© ^©?l!© ©G©— ~ 
4. Higgling and haggling. 

6Q$)lf%— G© ©. 6 ©til. gl. ( €il©©G9<a; e. 8^U SL°- 
Chental gi. gQl©^Jl )-r-^l ( %1 )i Sgl^j— 

C^Tl©l Adulteress; lewd -(woman). 

( GQ4N — «H%.Q ) 
6©€^Q©1 - 69. « . ( ff. 95, ©*y ©t £J|^[_=GW? )— 
Chenteiba ^ | y^qi© ^9^1; GClttiO ©£1!^ ©§©l© 
5^T ©@©©^©©©l — 1. T° tease a person 

fesrTsfT by repeatedly saying the same thing; to 

importune. 

> \ qa<a©i ssiaaw ©©9iflG©3©fliS ©Q^i— 

2. To higgle and haggle. 
GO€«Q— ©O. ©. ^,1— 9l5ll©i ©1©©I— 

Chentei An ordinary girl. 

G©. ©a. $|— coqiiQ %l«i€r— 

Peminine Chenta. 

G9§ §1©— aiG©. (©Iff; 6?l©^q.© ; 9!©^©)©— £wi©~ 
Chentri hata Left hand 

GOfll— SiGQ. (QQ©19) (ff. ©9) — «§q 3Q€— 

Chenda A male buffalo. 

$«s.~ q©i ©^ — Youthful, 

e©§£fi — QIG©. (©©©I©) Q&. <*. ©€j)--©©^9l— 
Chendia Youthful (person); of blooming youth. 

GO©^- Q. «.—(©© ai$=©i8©i + ©<|u ® Q) — ^ l ^^ , - 

Chet ' ■ " " " 1. 1^ 

^ I ©91©©^— 2. If ever. 

[5— <j a©© 6?«flGQ 3W ©i©9IQ"©lfej ©^ 

e- G©IG©^, ttG©© S©9I© 6§52JIGQ ©i©§© ^O I ] 

G©. ©. (?f. G©©©)*-^ I §G©Otf|— 

1. Thought; reasoning^ 
f I gggj. ^|<p — 2. Consciousness. 

6©© — €© ©< (^. G©©3J— V 1 G9©i ^1© — 

Cheta 1- Consciousness. 

CF5 ? I ©|©©« — 

%3 2. Awakening. 


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c«o Gfli gqw ff qqq a$^ i c$W«. go-To t 

4. Carefulness; caution. 

* I 3©flj SsffQ — 5. Remembrance; memory. 
'€©©*— ST- 3- (©© ai%+©§. «gj G9©S «©) — 

Chetafc t | flOj 2l£)899tf ; ©<§) — !. Mind; heart, 
> I $p— 2. Knowledge. 
» I ©^Q§ — 3. Reasoning faculty. 
w I e©©Q*( — 4. Consciousness. 

* I t*qi - 5 Soul 

-G©09— sr. 9<a. ( €>© ai$+9$. 89 )— v j ca 
Chetaka yg^^-^ne wbo reminds; reminding, 

* i€*a 6QTOI 9^14 — 2- One who restores 

consciousness. 

* I 3191 O^Qil^^QiTOltf .c«ji<i— 

3. That which arouses one's conscience: 

»€9©«i— s. e. $• ,(co©©+$l. $)— \ \ eS^saiwig 

Chetaki g9$qsj 9Q9»i — A kind of sweet-scented 

myrobalan. 

[g— ©a© m gci < wsh^lqiqgq ^qg^qi 

S2g9g9 99$j_96S} gq99 4191 G9iQ9i<];«i 3919 

9Q9I ^959 *f 6931 2113 I « WSH 20@9IQ 9eQ 

-> I ©IQffQj Q\<Z\%% — 2 Jasminum Grandifloria. 
" I SAQ9Q %1 Q«WI ©G«<S (§. TOgiCIQ) — 

1. A kind of secondary tune. 

* l\q?$9l (§. aOTIQ©)— 4. Myrobalan. 

•€©©©-» e..s. (©© aj^+©$. «q)— ^ i w%\— 

Chetana 1. Soul, 

3 I «©; £H«1 — St Animal. 

* I ©§J — 3. Heart; mind. 

*■ I ( + 99. a©) G©99>; G|© — 

4. Consciousness; perception. 

W? QQQ CQOG I £Cl^|eJ, $G<?Q t 

v i go©©I3I©1; q«i©— 

1. Animate; sentient; intelligent. 


*re©©oi 

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2, Wakeful; on one's guard. 


€9. 9— €399— Life 

SNia ffVniQ fflCS? 95G« G9$ GOQS 1 Q§g 4$ $©? G$Q Cq i 

€©©©«!-— S- 9. $1 ( 6©99 + 9IGa9+Q ) — 
Chetanaki • gg©^ ^ ( Wa ) 

Chetaki 1 (See). 
6Q9© QQirf— «T. § — 919; <3J9IQ «19^9 aQ^Q «1@— 

Chetana padartha A sentient or living being. 
€0991 -*. 9. i e©99 + Bli")— l | g^ §|Q. »©5J£). 
Chetana ^9^9h — 1. Sensation: consciousness. 
^ I ^i — 2. Inward perception.' 

m I 5fl99 — 3. Animation. 

v I SO— 4. Mind, 

■*• I eiQQtf- ©^IQOr — 5. Awakening 

9 I 9 Q — 6. Remembrance, 

©oortwao" — «r. oa. (••qroo ; CQ09I + $q ) — 

Cbetana-hhia ^ I ©pl9— 1- Inanimate. 

^ 1 STOT9 — 2. Unconscious; insensible. 

eoocaq— e. ©«. (©o ai^+o^afl^)— s?igf9i cgia^-. 

Chetaniya Knowable. 

G9© 9it9l~ €9. ©— t I 9192119 G99I; €9P G99I— 

Cheta pasiba 1 Becoming careful. 

CF5$«3l > I GOOI QglQI (CQfiiJ — 

^PT^rt 2 Cheta pasiba (See) 

6Q991 — S. Qtfl. (©ai^+9^©9i) — Q^9QQ9I GSaiSl*- 

Chetabya Fit to be plucked or gathered, 

GQ99— e. ©-G098 (G9SI) 

Chetas Chetah $eej - 

€©©!— 69. ©. (3. €998)™ c: I C009I; cSo©^ 69ie ; 
Cheta ^)9 — 1. Consciousness 

IbW G90I ^Q OQ «S. QTiO © s^gas i 

^ I 9109^ — 2- Awakening; watchfulness. 
* I 39^1—8. Remembrance, 

n 

IWtt ©til - 1 J 0199; 99£><g— 
^fesTTC 1. Awakened from sleep; watchful. 

? I G9I9%9$JQ — 2. Free from illuSion. 

*» i €919^(91 (9h§)— 3. Conscious (person). 
GQ9IQ9I — C9. S. (©9 <S|%9 §Jq«GQQ il|^. G9Q9IQ 
Chetaiba g©^ ^q) — i | nwty qq«i q^q^i— 
f5^m; C^®t^; feft^ * 1. To remind a person. 

ferafTT Q^t CVftfi ftlVI^L* C00IQ9I© saqSJ Q9| Gfil ffl^l^ I 


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(gogsqqi— si^qa) > 1 to© wi — 

2. To caution a person. 

3. To awaken a person from sleep. 
*> I gp QQ£) WQI- QQiG©G© SGff QgQ QS 
0SI GWI — 4- To teach a lesson which 
will last in the mind for some time to come- 

* I 4©%$1©© 9^91 — 
5. To bring one to senses. 

£ I 30Qtt SQIOTfj SG^©© WQ9I— 
, 64 To escite; to stimulate. 
9 I G9©©l: «W©€1©|— 

7. To remember; to recollect. 

GQQGQ $$S GQQIG 

QI9SQ GTOI$ aaia I Q00. SgflGJt^O I 

€©©!«$— 91 • 9- (*• ©0 N ai%)— €OOI© (6Q«) 
Chetauni . • Chetani ^Seej 

G©©1 QQQQI — C<?. 9* — aGQG>© G<3pQGOQ©l 2fl§(QI— 
Cheta karaiba To restore a person to con- 

^fTl^ sciousness. 

GQ©I QQ©Q— 9i. S- (S9©Q)— GGWI — 

Cheta chaitana Consciousness, 

G<S©1© — G9. Q (ST* ©« *"$)"~ * I M © ©€}©!—■ 
Chetani 1. Making one watchful 

f&sstft " ' J I W% QOIQ9I — 2. A wakening. 

faOTft * I $G^©«1— 3. Exciting; stimulating. 
* I 3Q31 ©QQ9I — 4. Eeminding. 

G©©1 QQQ! — G©. § — * l©OI©G©fa§ GS^GQ 9©© r ©| 

Qieta pasiba ©| ^QQ $©*} €WI- 1. Becoming 

gfl«l*6lfy|1 suddenly conscious or cautious^ 

jta^mt -> I TO Q© ©«©l— 2 Bein g restored 

(G©«l ©t©l, GG©I GW1— «CW%9) to consciousness. 

GQOI <$©©!— G©. © ( GQOIQ G9^ ) ©KNB©Q GQ3 
Cheta burdiba * GQ^l— Loss of consciousness. 


69GH G9©J— 6©. 9 — SCOOPs GWI } GOTO* Wgiq, 
Cheta heba «i)Q9i — To como to one's senses. 

W. 9— GG)OI aS«M(GQ«) 

Cheta pasiba (See) 

€©Oi»— gq. Qtfi. q.° 6 %1 (e. gogio)— ^ t s?igo — 

Chetala 1, Watchful; wafcefuL- 

^tfwf^ j 1 eg «iq as q^ ©iA cgq— 

WiplK 2. Circumspect. 

3 Cautious; careful. 
r I 9iq 3H$G« gi^aiff— 4 Provident. 

QQ«1 GQOlO, COG? 1 C9 QQ fl|< SQIQWtO I QQ I 

go©©— 3. ^ ( ©o aistSo— co« aiSL+9^. « )— 

Chetita ^ | §|9©— 1. Informed. 
? I ©1^© — 2. Awakened. 
G©$Q1— G9. § <*. ©© ai^) — 1 I ©Q^^OQI — 
Chetiba 1. To wake up from sleep,. 

f&^tt go© Q$g Si§*Q p^ s?iea- oiea eis* ©91 99*3 1 
sflm on- qw« 1 

? I G9©^l> ^Q^ ; QQPI— 2 To recollect. 

TOO QIQCQ ©9 SIS', ffllflCGl ^§ QWI9 I qQe%€gflQ3(qO | 

3, To perceive; to be conscious, 
tf 1 ^©^ GW — 4 * To be cautious. 

♦ I g>|3qi — 5. To know; to realise. 

9 I QGft GiflQl— • * 

6. To remember. • • 

3IGQ i^m) 9 — eG»Q"9li W GW1— 

To watch up; to keep awake. 

• [6G©)(G©)Q9l — Ste^^a] 

GOftO— gq. Q®— * 1 oiaqp — 

GhetuS ' 1, Watchful, 

j I g®Q — 2. Cautious. 

QCGj— 3, Profiting by experience. . 

GOGdlQG*!— GQ- S . ( 3- ©GOlQ^i )— . 
Chetoiba t / GG»©IQ^I ( GW ) 
.f6^ ' 1. Chetaiba ( See-}. 


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%OTTT ^ I EQtf 9^91^ SW91-2. To recollect 

€Q©GQ 3191 CSKQ Qq q$ 

goo— g.*e (gw)— flitito qq«si qeieGas; a^aiasi 

Chedi q©,,. ©effffi («ias>Q %6M«>§t)— 

(609^ €0*31 — 8-QlQa) Naiue of a kingdom of 

ancient India -modern Bundelkhand). 

G0C9© — e. © (£<sp ©© } 6Q$+ a© ) — IteLaiQ — 
Chedipati King Sisupala. 

6QW9 J * 

gq<o (QWQ)— ST. 9— 6Q§ QSW ( S9S )— 

Chedi (etc) Chedi etc (See) 

G©Q— G969- 9 (Q 9 60Q) -* I oS«;"S«JO — 

Chen 1. Chain. 

^*T; ^^ 2. Watch-chain. 

ft9i <a® so? giolff $$£ — qaisna. qq^iq i 

• 1 $8 aiftei S.sft ©Q9— 

3. Gunter r 8 chain; a chain to measure land, 

[§ — * 6©tf — I** OR = 99 &§ I "q<fc© *• 

G©© # 6 9©6Q *° G«» G9GSI ©§9 QfiffiTft «9 

<]©Q 91 ■>■* 9S.1GQ «, q|3 §« I qi<a t GG<^ g© «- 

g ^ft = to G©£Qq9l ^sg?3l gQ GQOGQ «.° °$9IO 

f^J qj?a <jiq QQ99 s§q qg G^iQ^io 1 ] 

eooftia— gq. q— goq sgq ( G9« )— 

" Chen-mapa Chen-sarbhe (See) 

GQ©€fl©— 0§G9. 9 (Q°- 'GO©«n©)— V I ©3 fllQ 69G» 

Chen-men" *©§&$ ^§69 S'2©l 9QBI-1. Chain- 

fl &HOH man; a cooly who drags the chain 

^Tlifc • through a field. 

y 1 (J^sisq ©iggotnigs 36cr ©qgj tooiq 

qh© — l. The peon accompanying a 

Kanungo in Orissa. 

6Q© QQ»— 6969. 9 (Q°. SO© QQ*)-v t fl|Q 9QQ! 

Chen lain Qicf ^§G9 €9^ 9IGS GOQ 6tq3l<| — 

CB^^rt^t l- Chain-line; a line on the field 

^•15^51 during chain-measurement. 

J I flia 9Q9iG96-£> 6JaQ ©IC* CO© 4*3910* 

314, 993169 OTO©ft*— 2- A chain-line 

shown on the map. 


69© «6e£— G969- § (Cp) — Q91 §3© 3I9ISH6Q «»a©0 
Chen-sarbhe g^liolfiq ©9 ^l8^IQ 9^1 — 

C&WC& Chain-survey. 

6Q»i— 69* 9—^ 1 s^ fiw.eig (aai ©3q)— 

Chena 1. A small narrow strip. 

wft" -» I ?JQ QQ, «g— 2 - A very small piece. 
69. Q« — 2J£) 6^— Very small. 
6QOIQ9I— G9. $—\ e. G^§ ) II $10% SIQ 9191© 
Chenaiba «€i9l— 1. To take out the rind or 
C5v[fi{ • * bark from wood. 

$tT3l j I S<j 8^ «§ ©€191^ Wf « QQ ©QQI— 
2. To tear into pieces; to split into- 

(GOC0Q9I— ««i%a) thin sfcri P s or s P linterSl 

6oqi<— w. © 6,9«— ^«o-a^ («§i)— • 

Chenaen * A very small strip cL 

( aai— eoow* ©ten? gq$>\4 ©9 1 ) 

^0»I6€»«I ©€*9I — 69. ^— 609IQ91 ( 69« ) — 
Chenachena kariba * . ChenSiba ( See) 

eoOIQ*fl— €9. 9 (Glfl)— awy© — 

Chenapatam Madras, 

60© (Q9W)— 91. «>—€)€> «©il9 ( G9S) ) — 

Cheni (etc) Chini etc ( See > 

SQ©,— 9i€9 v^^W) « 13. tf|Q)— i I QQi— 

Chendri 1. A bit of ciotJhv 

^ 1 Qg.| — 2. Hag; a bit of torne cloth. 

<to 9i§* co«^ fljj %^cs s^sl— ssa g^off 1 

6oa^i (qoiiq)— G9. q^i (e.^ejgi) — eoai q©iw (69<3i) 

Chepata (etc) * Chep-ta etc (See) 

6991—69. 9^. — <. I 690 f l (CQ«) 

Chepa 1. Chep-ta (See) 

C5^1 > 1 q%$ ai^i9Q ^QQ ai« QOQqLaaaiQaw- 

faqzj 2. Pressed inside (e. g. a pot),. 

9169. ( QOI9I9) 9.— 9I^STQ 6a^6Q 9^1^91 

QQ^I ©IO 91 91^51— A thin strip of 

wood or bamboo put in the insfd^ of a 

*feahungi T 

eoa^i— €9. 9«. («r. ©8$)— 1 1 (oj?i aa ^qqS^) 

Chep-ta Q0»|. ©0S1— 1. Flattened; thin. 

\ f%^5T 2. Compressed; flat. ' 




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Chep-ta dhdla ggGM<3 Oiq$aite 3$ ©Q©1 

. Q0SJSGC) 9QlflQI .«©g©l© G©IQ— A kind 

of drum beat before Goddess Samale- 

swari of Sambalpur during tbe Durga- 

puja festival, 

[ Q— <| COIQ GGllQQIQ I fl|Q <9IQ GIO© G©8I i 
<KMQ 3Q 6©I$Q SQOIg ^9©Q I <9ISL r * ffl *© ^ 
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€«lf<l G©lf« 3©*1 ^ I <3§aQ G<3I©1 QGitfl QITO 
G9G£l ©l©til (©©) OIGQ OI^Qril 3Q §ag} I ] 


Chep-ta-n3ika GOS1 ©i ©§ QIQaK — 
C5<#Rtl^1 Flat-nosed. 

■G©9*lfl§l— G9. ©*. Q_°.- t GSQ WigS Sp ©S©1- 


fll^lQ Ql© 


Chepta-muhSfi Flat-faced. 

(eoaiqrf— tf) 
€©0*1— G©. ©. (s©1»)(sr. ©§t— G©a*0— Q©;G£ii©— 

Chepti Female organ 

£Q0$1 Q6©Q©I— 6S>. tael©) 3— ©I9IQQ QCJ £>si $1 
Ctap-ti lardbeiba t £§<ae*d «Q©C© asisqi «K*er© 

feqst«5$T*n G99I — (two woman) To embrace 

each, otber and rub each other's organ 
in tbe absence of any otber means of 

(GCajtl QG9Q-9) satiating lust. 

«Qft®l-GQ. ©a- q.°.-esij GS flfi«i% a©a^ SSg 

Chebharcla Qg§ — Teasing; vexatious, 

€©Q9lflbl— €Q. 3. — a©«t<$ §>Qg CQQI— 

Chebhaidaiba To tease; to vex. 

(G0$GQQ©I— BQI^a) 

G<$. W.— WQI 991% GS6f 9 W .§ QIQ91.IQ fllCO— 
.arsl • One ^v bo preSsinglj asks for bis dues. 



GOfltl— GQ. ©«) -(e. ;flra)— * l *i& sto ©I aw— 
Chemata 1. Very lean. 

? I «1£— 2 Emaciated (Howells). 

SQAOi— CT. W.— 6QTOI (W 

Cbematba Chemarcia (See) 

Cbemarda <. | a|aq«3>. QQIM; ©Q Q€J tl«t — 
f&^\5, f^5l I Tenacious; inflexible; tougb. 

2. Not fragile; in frangible. 

* \ 9191 S^CT 3!<3 V qGfif Wig — 3 - Fliant 
v | ^jQSKna — 4. Pertinacious. 

* 1 <I9^9 f — 5. Obstinate. 

giC<?. ( ^H^Q ) ©^l — awi^— UDtired. 

G©fl0O§— GQ. ©. ( 3. ©£©SQ )— 

Chemar^achati QQQ$\ ( QQ3 ) 

G9590f?JJ \ . Chamachata ( See ) 

GOSI©0^ GQ-." W— "GQ GQ7«S '©gqGQ 

G©99Q$£I »©i%0 3Q ©^ ©I SiQ «GQ ( g. 9Q- 

G©9QG©^ ^leiQ )— Importunate, 
G05i©G0tSiJ 

Gw-CICH GIQ — GO. Q- 
Cbemarda lai 

gq9§)^q [ si^H^a 

G©C^©QQ J 

GOflaiOl^,— GQ. ©. ( ©Ifl )-Q!QqQ flQ9|l qei diGaI«n 

Cbemanababu GQI^QQ' 91ft 'qQ — Tbe younger 

brotber of Madboji Bbonsala, 

tbe Marbatta ruler of'Nagpur, 

[g— fliGai«n--<i9i^jG©9i©iG» §Q%\9 Qa© *Q9i 
6 ©q°SG9a «i*si«i ©qqi oiq aoiQ^GS* l go«?i- 

©|S)Q q©l §GG2©QQgGCf <9lQ€i q® G9©l QGGi 9$ 
gl§© G9IQ?IQ (fill. ^ ^9*r) | Q©©ja 99Gfi©l 9flSi- 
©QCfGQ G©QIQI» Q»IQT^ ©^©4©l ©©ad§f ] 

GOaS— GQ. 9. ( vT- ©£©*© ) — G©^S OGO'Q — 
Chemani Tbe bouse^-bat. 

(■G©fl8«, eo95t, GOGflS— a©i%a ) 


aie©i ( gqsi ) 

.Sariba ( See ) 


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• eOflQ— fllG9. ( ^WIQ ) M — U G09Q— 

Chemar 1. Tenacions. 

^ I 2MQ — 2. Untired. 

Cbemara-chati QSQSl ( GQS ) 

eO0QOf?a * Chama-chata ( See ) 

6©3S©^ > afi^Qfl M — 605*99? ( G93 ) 

GOStQO^fi ) Chemardachati { See) 

■■e«fl*— €Q. O— -OQgOIQ Q§3?> GSIft— A kind of game 
ChemS - ■ - at hazards with five Kauidis- 

<$} Qi ^$93 SMis a.eo* 0$$ splQ €t ^dcct 
eoia OM€l *SOSllGO QIO qo G®»§ 1 ] 

Chamardi lai # Sariba ( See ) 


Cbenaini 

( gogsS— «w%a ) 

Chembar 


Otf- 




e§w- ( .' ) o- 


Chamachata ( See ) 

-G0^9 I 60S! ) 

Chemarda ( See j 

-S. I G0IO51— 

1. Chamber; room. 

( aeii— eQOCGms—qei? aqoflflQ i ) 

2. The chamber oil an official. 

'* UOIQ^G* 6 6©£ifllOSiO eiie G0O3SI0I 01 

* ^09 — 3, The sitting room or office o£ a 

barrister or pleader, 

[ Q— GOGOQ ^ Oi e^G&l G©H® Olfl «?'^ 

an 1 aai-sefvaaff oss, aa§ go^i®, 6©?i8 

wje^j ] " ^ 

-G©qa*€tofltf % - GOTO. 9. lQ')-fllW£fe 9«e OT-- 
. Cbember of kamars The Chamber of Commerce. 

^©q,e«€riC^a— c?GQ. 9. («')-qw« 9Q90SR 

Chember af prinses 3§jaQ^S0 GK3 GQ§1^ 

The Chamber of Princes. 


Chemberlen GfllQ^ GOGffi) ©l$r_©€Ol Oi§ 01 g<3><3r- 

Chamberlain. 

Ohembers diksinan , QIOQOISQIQKM? 01©^© 

G©^ QITO 9I6WQ woo Q°q© qgiGQis- 
A dictionary of the English language 
compiled, by Mr. Chambers. 
eoq*%— GQ. 9- ( ©is*) ( S-'OfldGI )— 
Chembal O^lft (0<3l) ( GQ<3 ) 

Chambal (river) ( See ) 


Cheya 

(G©oo«( — aos%a) 

Cheyaida 


O^OG53|€li — 
Eit to be plucked. 

)-r-e 1 so— . 

1. Arrow. 
> 1 «^-s*2. Weapon. 
m 1 a% %Ga OiOgo oi^cinlQ^— 

3, Shafp bamboo-splinter used as 
' a weapon of offence. 
G9Q9-"9ICQ. (GWCillQ) «>-0^ ( G9S1 ) — 

*Ober-pi Charbi ( See ) 

GOQ— G9- ^> — <■ I (ST. ©^ ai^=€i© OQOIj ai<9l ^j8 

Chera flaj^ €10 OGO; «*U AT. QQI)— ^flW5% 

ft^5; ®r5 ^9Q0€i«iiL SQQ 0Q?10| fiiH qg 0^© 21°©- 
515" 1. Root of a tree. 

g#t-,^ > ! («r. olo) a^goo agq^i ©Q— 

*W; 5*^ 2. The nipple or teat of the udder of 

a beast; the dug of a beast. 

CQIO CQQ Q1Q VS SOS? I giQl QQGQOlOl | 

* 1 Qieca n% oi» ^^? erft^iwr ^&igo k^i 

QQ O^ — 3- Tough fibres found in 
some ripe mangoes and pafen fruits. 

v 1 (qw) gtote qooo qchqgm I <9io 

600ft $0m 9CS|) — 4. Name of an ancient 
kingdom in South India. 

5, ( figurative ) Descendant; offspring 




QOQ 6&3|£Q1 


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COQ^t 




( sa 1 — $«5q 9€IQ gq§ C9GQ coq Q§£) 
Giff l ) 

£ I { QMia ) q&tf— 
6. ( figurative ) Connection; relation. 
GQ6) RaiQQI— €9. $ • ( * €99 + ST. Q«S0 )— 
Cbera upaigiba <, | qq\$$ Gl£$ 38^ SlS Cfj*Q 

2. To root out a tree; to uproot. 

j 1 ( Qsaaia; 90 ^ai^efii ctsaattoi^) G9fa§ 
9^§© 9) s§L$ Q€W «ia© 9Q9I— 
2. ( figurative) To cause ruin or eradi- 
cate a person or thing. 

69Q 9l*§Ql— G9. *— *■ I GQ7«a§ ^$39 3fi>% Qlf Ql- 
Cher a kafciba I- 3to cut the root of a tree. 

ft^5 ^tT>1 > I ( Qa^Iief; COQ 9I$CQ €IQ 

scf ajrasnr fl$ 891%) rofcfa 9^9 ae?^ 

91 $GS^ 3£(9*999| — 
2. (figurative) To injure or ruin a person. 

( $aai— 63 CS'9 €)aG«l RQ€Q Ql« 9I$&, 
G9€«, Q©GQ ©9G9 G99 91*9 |) 

60QO«l— €<?. 9— ^jtfofllj ifiiETQj 9^1919,3 — 
•Cherachana Groundnut. 

G©Q6©§I— SI'TO. (939). §— GaiSft (€Q«) 
Cherachenda " Fotala (See) 

€QQ GQQi~ W. §— f - I ( 9©flO CTIQ^QI CIS ) $89 
Cher* deba €iq|Q gG9fl% C9Q 9£IQ Wl — 
f^^rt^l 1. I a tree ) To strike root; to sead 
;H^M<F^«*l forth the roots deep into tho soil; to 

16©Q fllWI— 'a©"l%a) take root. 

> I (QMI^f) G97ei§ §I9G9 ai^lQ9€Q a9§l9 

9€}9l — 2. (figurative) To become firmly 
• * 

•• established at a places to permanently 

reside at a place. 

• 1 (sastf ia r )— 6<5te§ §i©G9 s>s?9 33919 91 

3, (figurative) To. extend one's authority, 
influence, property or connection in a- 

place. 


v 1 ( $sdi2f) $>©g* ca^^giq q<$<x®iq ^§- 

9a»© 3Q9IQQ Q^GWI— 

4. (figurative) To have a large number of 

children added to One's family. 

* I («961ta) fa1 QflCQ)— *§K? 939 QQ9I- 

5. (figurative) (in the case of a woman^ To 

give birth to a child. 

9 I ($aG9 GQi'OI CQIQqSI ©HI «Q9 Q^S3IQ 
S19I. G9l«9 «2Q QIO ) 9G>6QS% G©® 
910 91 — 6. To send forth roots ( said 
of a branch planted on the ground or 

grafted)* 

G©Q9I%— G9. 9. (Sfll«W 9M^* g90€i)— Ql€»q m\ 9 

Cheraparu 9^991, fl|©9l 9|fi 6 G©^0G9 g^i 

99 99 2I*^.(GQQ) <S ^ S^ ^i°q.— 

Large and small fibres of ripe mango, 

palm, tamarind fruit and cocoanut-coir. 

taai- G9 QWQiqsno ^ «iQQS) ca, «HQ cogt- 
ai% W sQ 91915 l ^ 

€©Q fll^OJ— G9. 9-— (QQOT«l«9p9l GQiq') §9 92jqj 
Chera mardiba €OW $$l€l 9gl9™ The spread- 
ing out or striking of the roots under- 
ground of a groVing tree. 

Cheramaru Chemircli lai (See) 

GQQ5J®— 69. 9 (<I9I&© 399^)— ®^aG9 9«(9§9 «- 

Cheramala 9ft9l ; ©9^ ^il^lj €«lt9l ^3il— 

tir^rjjft Various medicinal roots and drugs^ 

(€OQfl©— ao^%a) 

GOQffilr— G9. 9— Q99 (69««) 

Chera^a Chararda (See). 

e©Q%i— 91. v («r. eoqi)— 1 1 2«©Q<a— 

Cherashta 1, Conduct. 

* (Gfc>GQ^I — «9^a) ^las* ci« 6«q^i «§eQ i 

Q4« 9. A9I9Q0- Q® l : . 
^ J 9W19; 9l£i9»ia— 2. Behaviour. 

WIOIGQ G9Q Gflia <3G9* COQ^il— SIQQJ. 99l3ft0. ^ ,; >* 

* I 9tf; QiaS— 3. Act. 

^ I G099^ @19 — 4. Conciousness, 

* I Gii9Sl€l§ — 5. ^" ital power. 
9 I QQ; Ofif — 6. Manner. 


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5t*tt«5i J l $QQ 6 S1GS>$ G9$i— 

3tfcn s ^TfTCtaT 2. To become healthy and strong. 

(GOGSWI — TOi%Q) * I (Mallei) €©G9q #GS §69 

9GW €9eii€t91— 3 (figurative) To appear 

more and more strong and blooming; 

to become enlivened. 

SGQG! ( Q©W )— giGQ. ( WGQW; GflMqS ) G?G9. 
Cherag (etc) $. ( en. eqo; §.«. V 1 - coqa )— 
(6©qa, ©q«, ..wjqjr W^fO ©9*cw»w ( G9<a } 

'■■■- ^ Chirakh etc ( See j 

eeaqa— e^- «■ ( aia )— awaitf gG9aQ gii8«o swas 

Cher aputiji aiQG9SC9 TOg©- $j»|..£ «WWS0-— 
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<j»Q 91© afll$ HlS Wfl GOTI 00 991 G9QIC) G9«li 

€<3Qa— GQ- ©— I I §$— 

Cheringi 1. Bile. 

> i t, QMief ) - 9i&sr — 

2. Bragging; boasting. 

( aai— coi goqgt siqqS.i ) 

eOQ^B— fli- ©— GO^GQI ( 69<3I ) 

Cheripua Chergipo ( See ) 

Gheru S Filbrous ( ripe mango ). 

€G$@I— 9*. 9— ©%9» ( C9« ) 

Cberu^S Chirurda ( See > 

»• ©■ ( a. ©%)—©%( s®® ) 

Chel '■■->>. ^ na * ( See ) 

G©» «-'9- ( ©O &5*"8WI + Q<f. «')— * ' ©*k— 
Chela - 1. Cloth; garment. 

,> I 691^19 — 2/ Apparel; dress. 



Chel ana 


m i 8§9% — 3. Silk cloth. 

s. m. ( +«<§. « )— eiafl. <&£©— 

Inferior; mean, 
€©fl— €?>G9. 9. i *. G©*«»> gl. GO© 3 * ^. GQ» = 
Chela Qia- ^. eqsje=«wr^Q«F6? ItaM ) — 

c^n v i |f<a«i. G3Q* g>h§^ q^Migl qai WQan»§; 

%5JT QIS9 S'SI — 1- Disciple; a person initiated 

(G©G!-~31) into the mjsteries of a sect by an ascetic,. 

2. The selected, heir- apparent of a 

Mahanta or Sannyasi„ 

sai<i I ] 

Ohelacheli 1- Disciple.s and others.. 

c^rt^ft # ^ i gqF« 9q«q ff^qo— 

% ^HH& 2. The body of one's disciples. 

Melon. 

QheJi A naean person^ 

65«9I— ff. ©. *- ( GOO + *6^ S+20 )— 
Chelika t t 9^89; GQI^I© — 

1. Garment; clothes. 

2. Silken cloth*for females,, 
€©«!— ST. ©■ %1 (6Q»+^)— G©WI (G9«l? 

Cheli Chejika (See), 

€©«!— G^< ©. il te. go*D— 9^1; g^iol «fi§qroi^ 

Cheli Q!aig9«l TOgQI 53— A "female disciple. 

G9§»-e. e. g.'—G9f^ oa^— 

Cheluka A Buddist itinerant ascetic* . 

6Q€1Q-G^G9. ?. (ft ) ( W «l©0 «J°€l5 & q$l )~ 
Chesis ^$Q G1|§)Q Ctfli ^©IQO© — 
C5fw Chasis; a traversing base or frame along 

llfcrcf which the body of a car moves. 

63^ (ai%)— e^-GO^I 9^91— * 

Chesh^ ^root) To try; to endeavour; to exert. 


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Cheshtaka £9 gq-^i Q£Q — 

(GO^iQI — 3)1) Endeavouring; exerting. 

£. Q — Q©9®©Ga§ — A pose in copulation. 

[ q— aiQGflO §vcwn qocqgSo eoqcq© 1 

Qlg* GSIG9 a ©1° «W ««I*q* GQ^lG^l 

Cheshtamana ^ | G9 G©f I ©%*!§; QQSsaial — 
(€0^3191 — 33} I. Endeavouring; exerting. 
) I MO- '€IQ39I— 2. Moving- 

Cheshta t | gqig- QS^id; a? — 

1, Endeavour; exertion; effort. 
: > \ ^Q QiiaiQ; «i£p|QQ 3Q. — 

2. Motion of Jimljs; bodily movement. 
•* I QQ39 — 3. Labour. 

■»■ 1 «jq^gra9-aei<3r©i«9 §Tqt— 

4. Any motion, movement or' activity for 

: bringing about the desired result or for 

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endeavouring. 

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Chaitya-Jajna A kind of Vedic sacrifice. 

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Chofiga ■ # A big tube. 

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.Gq®— *. 5— « 1 ©!»©$> ( 9914a ) — 

Chtogha 1. Cinnamon-bark. 

>^»-*2,Bark (M. W.). 
* -VOflj €fo— 3. Skin (M. W.\ 
v 1 tf^lBi 39 — 4. Cocoanut fruit (M. W.), 
*• I 919 CT9— 0. The fruit of the fan-palm 

'*■■■-." - ' ' (M; w.). 


Qfl 


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£ I 9IOS1I 99»1 — 6. Banana (M. W.5- 

7. The uneatable part of a fruit (M. W.). 
eqQfll (Q9TO)— 69. 9— <*©3I Q9W (Q9«) 
Chochama (etc) Chucbuma etc (See) 

cq©fli sq©fl — 69. 3. ( 95919 «ief« <jp^ ) — 

ChochamS ohochami ^QIQ © O 99i — 

Repeated sucking. 

Chochamiba Chuchumiba (See) 
(GqOfllQQI; G^OGWI— 3S?9%a) 

Gq©9Q! 7 

G^— G*5. 9. ( e. ■©£«£— QI19I )— 

Chota t \ a^Qiq ^qj©. flift. Q9tQ-^ 

^51^ 1* Stroke; blow or cut with a weapon. 

^ I €3,1019999 S9 ; 9^q- q|S8 — 

2. Wound or eore due to a blow with a 

weapon, 

, * I 2i)Ql©9S>9 titqQQ 9<t2l!— 

3. Physical pain due to a blow. 
^ I G9IQ; QQi 9§ - 

4. Force; power; vigour. 

* I GlG>9f; g^Q9! — o. Keenness. 

9 I 9*^969 3GQ ^O Oi%^? «QI 6991 -r- 
6. Charging of a*gjm with powder; charge. 
( aai - 691691*31991 9« 969 -C9!ei€}G9 ^06^% 
969 I ) 

5> I 9*j»9 SG9 £T<1Q G99I — 

7. Discharge of a gun; firing of a gun, 
( 301— €W9Q9C9 Q6QQGG 9 60lg ET<J$ §<] I ) 

■r i ®%<$\q aGQ a«ai9— 

6. One blow with a weapon. , 

9 ifrt ©)?,« a^* G"?G«i G-at, -, " * 

cqo *Q£i «iq ^ai^ est* i q^qg. 9«cfi9» » 

« I ( QSStsf ) «96Q 9^91 efiCli9 91 ^Jfll. 
gegig9<qigi— 9. Grief; mental affliction. 

«.o | ( ttQiMQ} 916}^ ep — # ' 
10. Time (of an attack). 


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t^ I 9eT|9QQ 9*eiQ— 11. Biting of a snake. 
I J I «K3IQ 91 3aVsQQ 99— 

12. The mark of a blow or snake-bite. 
( S32JI— ©I 99GQ * 9IC1IGQ SOI* 9§§ I ) 
K" I qq 91$ q <W ©9l9£9<ai — 

13 Grave responsibility. 

QQIQ91, ^QP'j *IQ9I, • si§9!, qqiOOl, 9lfl9i, 
9©iQ9l a9 3e qg 69lG$£jl^.Ga 6 9IS9I, 9§9I, 

91991, Q§9I, flf 91, 09*91, 83991 «D9 Q9 q$ 

69IQ 9G«iqsa Qi9§© §<m ] 

iv I 9§ I5 G©IQ — 14. Volley; paroxysm; fit 

(e. g. of rage). 
«,♦ ( 69?«S &I& «*«9 39; MQ-15 2nd; 
being bent on doing a thing; fixed deter- 
mination to do a thing. 

16. Cutting by # a sharp instrument; cut. 

Gq* 9t§©i — €9. 9— < 1 Sw sb«3i9 *as> S9<?i— 

Chota katiba 1. (a blow from a^weapon) 

Cb l frgft Ml ' Becoming effective, 

%^^nHT J 1 ®% «W9 «9i9<sjiq 9ieit oq 91 — 

2, Suffering or pain resulting from 

a blow. 

eq$ oat— gq. © (<wi*f9 wq)— ?aQi©«— 

Chota chapata Strokes. 

G^i 99l(GQ)Q9l— G9.§— t t 99£C9 9iq,9Qft9l — 
Chotapaka(ke)iba 1. To charge a gun. 

J I {%$) 9°£1G> 9£)9!~ 2. (snake) To bite 

sqs 9i«9i— gq. s>— gsi* 91391 (69«)— 

Chota bajiba Chota katiba (See) 

€q*^? |— W- ^"~^ ' 'WW'q *Kfi9 QQ9I— 
Chota mariba 1. To strike a blow. 

cstW<tf j i (aa) Q°€l^ 9ft9l— 
%H?T7«TT 2. (snake) To bite. 

€q6» — W. Q— * I €flit<ifll* eq^ 91 ejQi© — 

Chote * * 1. Only one blow. 

<sm$$ J I 2l£€m— 2. Once only. 


eqe^Q^l— w- «*— «is 9^fti^ (sai— «$i, g^) 919 

Cboteiba €q-ft€OI^ $Q 9tSf9l— 

C^t"^^ To cut by strokes; to give successive cuts 
srtfe^tSfT with a sharp weapon; to chop. 

eq^i (qo^io)— co. 9*3— eoioi qo^io (gqci) 

Cbottha (etc) Chotha etc (See . 

(GOI*1— $1) 

eqo4 sqoi— co. q«— (coioi oi^9«» coioi) 8o«i^ 

Chothauii chotha ^OIOI — Very wicked. 

(C9 l 09 SQIOI— QQuqQ) 

Chotham chotha Chothaun chotha (See^l 

Gqoi— 69. «> (e. Qofo> 95?gq cq^iQ aeT goiq 6 

Ghotha €0'*l9l f CC? 9IQ €ie?9^ 9.q» Q,SSS1 
(GOIOl— tf) 9 C I9§© §<) — <, 1 eoiQ— 

COIOiqQ] 1. Thief. 

GOIOIQ61 l » I efi1G09l-—2.- Wicked. 

60I0IQ J *> 1 g|fin ; ggg^QQ— 
G^IOig J 3. Mean-minded. 

C5t^1 *» | ^ga—4. Miserly. 

5. Insubordinate (servant). 
Gq® - e. 9 (Ofij, £>i^=^9 G99I +®)— 

Chorda t | Qgd qqoq giolft G9^!9C€l=g; €0I» — 
1. Name of an ancient kingdom in 
South India*. 
' I QG}^ 9^ — 2. A sheet for the upper 

pact of the body. 
*> I Qiao— 3. Bodice. 

eq@»®— 3. 9 (c.019+9)— <9g9iQ flQ65iq 9$ ( §. 

Chordaka a£?giQQ ) — A kind of cloth for 

'wearing* 

eq@i — sr. 9 (qp ai^=^a cwi+9(S. ®+n) — 

Chorda 99 6€Ii6i«q«il ( §. «Sl©giQS)) (G9«J 

A variety of GorakhamundJ (See) 

eq9l— e. 9 (qa yi%=^©G99i+9{|. a+^)— 
Chordl %lflpqr Bwi €Ji©1 (g. S9SI03)— 

A cloth with coloured boder worn 

by women. 
sq9Q— e- 9* t 1 9ia©s> (@. as?giQQ) — 
Chotaka 1 Cinnamon- bark rf 


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Chod GOIQ, flIQSWIQ) GS (s$Q $q) G~?» G>GQ— 
C5t? U n compounds) 'Cohabiting with' ( such 

%t^ a w/oman. ) 

6^9 — er. 9— t I ©!$?j G$l€a<3>i (§. spsucifi)— 
Choda " 1. Whip. 

(g. €U*>SllQGi) — 2 A long stick with an 
iron point at the top; goad, 

Chodaka «V ) — *. I 6Q ejS^Kl— 

1. Inducing; one who induces. 
y !€& QOIfl — 2. Sending^ one who sends. 

•> I ©Sulfite— 3. Employing; one who 
-. . >- employs. 

v 1 cStefl oiai owi^l €s WQ^q ^G^Q© 

qqq — 4, Inciting another person to 

do a work; goading to action. 

GQtQfll— 69- 9— CCap— 

Chodana Copulation. 

eqQ»— e. '«• ( w »'% So,=g^ ai%+ TO )— 

Chodana v | QWIQi; G$l«3§ QI& QQQI QIQ 

$a€Qa 91 9i— 1 Precept 
> I G8Q« — 2 - Sending. 
» l©6qiOfi>-'3. Employing. 

■* 1 roaia 2H9 ^« gis© SIQ* 935— 

4. Exertion for bringing about a union. 
♦ I g9^ — 5. Inducing; impelling, 
a. i-^CqW ( CW )— Chodaka ( See) 


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Cohabitation; copulation. 


- Chodana ■ v I CTWO; ©9*9- 

^ 1. Reproof ( M. W* ). 

*-"-'. ' * I G^W C OT« )— 2 Chodana ( See ) 

' ; 0; *- («al«l— cSap- Copulation . 

Chodani ■ " Chodel(See) 

e. 9— G$9«l Ol»:«S— Name of a plant. 

Chodayita © ; WH. %fi. .)— €<*99 ( 695! ) 

{ Q^^i—4 ) Chodaka (See.) 


eqQi— fil. £> ( aelo ) ( 3. ©J? ai^ *9- Gq9 ai$=* 
Choda goaid aiQ" dg ^Q9l, fl9$IQ9l) — G?qff; 
Spfl; C5tTI ^,1 q^ g^fl — Cohabitation; copulation. 

g^tfm $3. qr ( «€lo )— 1 1 ilsacrGQ ^iqq^ 

(GSlGQtfJ — $1) %GQ QQ—1- Addicted to excessive 

copulation. 
J I CHGIQQt-S, Lecherous ( m'ale ). 

* I ( «i© ) Q»Si aQgjQ©— • 

3, Adulterous (male;). 

4. Cohabiting with such or such a female 

GGJQIW— Qi- ^. ( ^e[lffl )— ^ 1 ( ^ ) auatfil^q.qrfafig 
Chodaiba q^Q Q^QQIt— 1- ( a female ) To allow 
J??ft; CSftfft one's self to be cohabited by a male. 

jwwi, f^Rt ^ I ( js©la? 8$$ ) aJia^iiQ ^1 qi 
SJOt G9?«S 3»tffcjl ^1$ ©iQagg awis 
^5191% G^Qf— 2. ( a male ) To allow his 
wife or another woman to have copui- 

U^G<?Q9I— aiQMQQ) ation witn a paramour. 

G^QICJ et«l— 9U $ • ( ^?1 Q )— G91QIQ91 t. ( CQ« ) 
Chodai heba - Chodaiba 1 ( See ) 

tG^G^Q SWI— aQi%9) 

S^QO— 3. 9. ( QQ ai^+^. Q )— «. 1 n^— * 
Chodita 1. Enjoined-,- directed; ordered (M-Wjr 
^ I Q(SQ©0 — 2. Incited; impelled. 

•» / ca"6$ aqsoq.2naiQ qsd aiQaio — 

3. ( beast ) Driven or goaded to action 

( M. W. ). 

4. Informed (-M. W, "). 
« I gjaS® — 5 Fixed; appointed ( M. W ). 

eqwi- gq. 5 (s. ^?^ ««■ 6^ ai^=g^iQ9i)— 

Cbodiba ' ^G^9ffl ©I© Wl-To escite- 

^sn 9 %T^5fT qqqi— To cohabit. 

Chodei qsrOT^I ( fj ); Qifll^q— 

^s^t^t 1- tfemale) .Addicted to carnal pleasures; 
3Rrcftj^Wrt lecherous { female ) ; lustful.. 

J I $Q*I; ©^ — a - Adulterous woman. 


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Chop ( etc ) Chup etc ( See ) 

giW. ( WWW ) * < 3. cm ai4=flW'i SL a - 

t 1 sSQ «oi 91 SQ — 

1. Gum or juice from trees. 

2. The gummy juice of Religious Fig tree. 

• \ Ml nk tf^Q C©$F q§ GQGQ €T«Q 

q§% GQQ G$ QI9ICQ— 

3. Acrid" juice coming out of a young 
mango when separated from the stalk. 

-€^8 91^0— gi69. («WWS> *— ^OiQIC; £JO|9l§2fi— 
Chop kandia Pointed reed covered with 

, ( bird-lime. 

Chopchap m • Chupchap ( See ) 

Chopdar qoii^Sqi 9H§$1<?G> GfliqWI SQ9I 

ceitwft ^co ©w «« «G«i «rai, 6S101 

^«t?t*: 99s ©& ag«Q .goti .q©i; qo^g 

9iw 5 agciidl saisa ; aswQQia— 
Chobedar; persons carrying maces be- 
fore kings on ceremonial occasions. 

Chopa 1. Angje^. 

> I esjj 9ltf— 1' Arrow. 

* I 91QQ9 — 3- Deed of gift. 

v 1 a^ieap— . 

4. A deed or letter of authority. 
C9G9.-©. ( ffl. Gq© )-r<- ! 9R&&I QQ dsn 

GWl Qlft* 9*19$© *^~ 
■5ll^ I. Tent-polo. 
. . * y \ €©■«, »IQq, ©19! «fl«? QIG9WG^ ©wgo 
•* qio — 2. Drum-stick, 

CTl? Q1Q ffi^.Q 01 CGI© G|S* €^Q I SJ^IQ. ^ «?»q I 

G019Ql^fllGO QO! a^r OMGQ ^^S) )— 
3. "Gilt c* silver-covered big sticks carried 
: by bearers in the retinue of great 

personages. 


S.G9. ( s*Wqs ) ^™ ^QeiSQ aoi— 

The gummy juice of Banyan tree. 

6€£0Si— €9. ©—Slei; Q\§~~ 

Chopaka Arrow. ' 

a9a aQ e^Qt o:iq 1 giol. ^qVa^i^ 1 
GqQ Ol5-GQ. 9. ( £TL G^+ff. 9\% )— 
r . ■ Chopa kathi e^Q* 910 ftq G©i5Si 6 QtQQ tS9 9if»Sfl 
^<]— Drum-stick. 

[ q— ai^ 6 91991WQ gswio g^© «6$ 1 ] 

G€J9 Gt^^©— G9. Q. (tjiel)— agsiQStf — 

Chopa khatlduati Deed or letter of authority. 

CWI6(f €i|Ql OIQ qQ6SlS!fl SQC1 €aS^Cfl.Q «gjSO €OGQl 

G^QQI^—G^- 9— 60I99IQ ( 6Q31 ) 

Chopadar Chopdar ( See ) 

© S9| £§j egg gQftoq 4iq I 5»s?ia. qps oqct i 
Chopa patra A deed or letter of gift. 

Gqaq~3iG9. (ancws) Q ~" mn -> t^tn— 

Chopara Refuse; sweepings. 

GQQQ GI©— flIGQ. (^IGQ^IQ) Q— €^3Q «I©GQ SM! 9! 
Chopara khata q*|$j» 90JJ3KI— Refuse-pit. 

Gqai— gq. ©. (sr. Oja ai^ei© c^eiff = G€iiaQ; i3i9t 

Chopa qag 9g^ G Qi a ^ ^5Q)_ t i ^ g $ eQsl 

C5t^1; fi^Sl 9| 9Q0— 1. Ba rk of trees. " 

2. The rind of a fruit. • 
m I 3%l^9 q®— 3^ The husks of gr,ain. 
» I ^W; WiGlQ OTOt — 4 Outer skin. 
« I <3l2DQ 9«ai— * 
5. The slough of a wound oc sore, 

GO 1 - w- siie'SPj oqaai§>i9£i^— 

Hollowed; emptied of the inner substanpe. 

eqsiGqa— 69. «— Qt\ G^iQa^i ffiffisraQ g^qi— 

Chopachopi The rinds of various fruits scraped 

off from the fruits. 

eqaiae?!— C9. ©«• (a9si «©Q)— 6a g$«ai% qgoq 

Chopa-chhaida gq GQIQSLd 91G2™ t a term of 
contempt ) Over-careful in dealing with 

a thing. 


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€qat fi$IQ9l— GQ.S — €*a%« S9IQ9lv«Q qsiqsi- 
Chopa-chharjiaiba To take off the rind or outer 
(COIfli SG9Q9I — BGflqja) skin. 

'Cqaiqei ~G9, §<a. g;— ai^t q<5 eras? cqat a§ c*99$ 

Cbopa-muhan o&aiQ a |<j. siqaaK*— 
ieqalq^T — ^1) One whose cheeks are hollowed 

like the rind of a fruit. 

-eqo (qowj— G9G9. ©. (cri) — eqa qqhiq (c9«) 

Chob (etc) Chop etc <,Se) 

-sqa©©— 59. 9. < €ti- eqo— 9/6+tfte— e^Goa^ 

Chob-chini . i3GlS>)— G3I99GQ 9*(9<gQ 9G9€l|sj 

q\ Qlfl-^lai^ 9^ 95, €S>ia&$ — A kind of 
6. GQ!a©$, G^9&© gungent root used as a 
CbhfSft tonic; Smilai China (tree) 

%wWf &nd its root; China-root. 

■ eri. g^9©s> [ o — <q\ ola 6 eiatoSQ 

®. «$$$§© ©$9| <9 fi^olQ C99 5 <19I 

§<a© Qg, qsqioh, a© 0139, Q§caia9 6 sqg«- 

©caiav 1 «i9i we*, QQQ^to, eo, 919, aagiQ. 

q<W9 6 ai$699QK>©it9 i tfecr (a?) gqqgq <$ 

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agsfapasi 1 ] 

•£^9$]I~G9. 9. ( ST. ©Qtf) — ©9<31i, G^9iQ9| atQ 

* Chohana QhQ^Q €JQ9 Sj^QOlQI SSiS} 92© Q©}- 

g%STT Fried grainy e^ten by chewing. 

.G$pf-CQ. 3. (e. orfifl)— t. 1 Q$giq cass— 

Choba 1. Chewing. 

finfa ^g§I9QG9G9 at W9H^_ 99914 Q^s^Ga 

^*T , " QQ§>9I — 2. Mastication. 

* I €,€19^11 I G9G1 ) 
3. Chobana ( See ) 

£€£9iQ -e^QlQ 931 9Q9t — G9, $ — ai?CQ qfiQ 

' Chobai chobai katha kahiba G€L9l$ GG19I© 931 

fife f&fioi Wl Wi 9§GQ flttQi GdOQ 

*%5Tt^^Wi?: WT^^TOH SI|giq9GQ 931 9G9 

GS§9Q 9211 9Q9I; 9iQC^32fl 9Q 9211 

9§9I— To speak indistinctly ( as if 

the speakers were uttering - words 

while engaged in chewing something). 

-e^9IQ9l— 69. 9 ( tf. W* )—t I 9l$?iq Wil9 
Chobaiba Ga€9l— 1. To chew- 


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QC1^9I=2. To grind the teeth together* 
( m— G3 9IQ GOI9ltjS ) I 
3IC9 ( Q&I9 ) «— 9°«9QQ9l;0t9p9l— 

To bite- 

eq9i eq©- G9. § — G9T«a§ twi^Qaq^oQ G©i9iQ9i- 

Choba chobi . * To masticate. 

IS^lIiR G9. Qtf— 39S9 9iq9l9iq@ — 

vMi Biting each other* 

€Wrai^«qp^.§.^fl 

.C^IQfl ft«9|C5 3©G9 QQ§— 91»9- fl©«l«*0« 'COW I 

G^9I€I— G9. 9 (^. O^tfi)— G0I9I (G9«1) 
Chobaaa ^ # Choba (See). 

Chobe Qi^^ior 9Gaiaiy©G€i«i— 

C5TW 1. Family-title of a class of Brahmanas 

^t% reading the four Bedas. 

[9— ^«QI99 — ^G9«§G9^ ] 1 

€S]§— 3169 (GflWlQ) © — %lMI9fll99Q 9i9G9 9@i99J 

Chor QQi <siQ^ — Silver bangle worne on the 

wrist of females, 
«3Q-3. 9. a Q ( OJ9 ai^_««9!Q9Q9l+9(|. ® )— 
Chora ^ 1 o^q — 1. A thief; a robber. 

(601Q41 -^l)- 

[9— ca^ 9«i§ aa^iQ a^iQi qiq taaiGQ 99^qtq]Q 

9GI 2iOqQG9 G9?Ǥ 991^ 3I9I9QQ' 9GQ G3 . 
6919 i 9$ Gfili9 t© 9iai G99I 9h§$ 'S83IO 91 
9»g6^l€l 9Q G9IQ9GR QW\QS^ ©9ICl©:C9IQgi<l l] 
/ I G3 39«i9 gfi 1 ^ G3IQ9Q ; da^ll. QI9G9 
S9IQ 9GQj ggG©R—2. A pl%gia*rist 

( M. W. ) 

* I G^GOI9i GQ 5Q$ Gfll§9 91,931^0 9GSJ-- 

3» A person who captivates a person's 

heart ( Apte )• 

4. A kind of scented drug. 


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* J ^)§3l$1s$$l — o. A kind of creeper 

( M. W. ) 

6 Any dishonest dealer ( M.W" ) 

fa^WWl G9. § — <. I Q&l- G99GQ at^SQI GMS[— 

^|H1d*!|l Wind appearing now and then at 

different places inside the body 

# * and giving pain. 

coif? > i efciiqr %© a<sl qi sjcsi© GsaeQ gs$ 

^T* . g$| GOIQ 9I©GQ aQGGQ — 

2. A boy who is caught by the seeker 
in the children's game of hide and 

seek. 

GQ. §<s\ (Stssiief) <. I goiqswi 9s§ aa sis© — 

1 . Ashamed like a thief. 

(sen— Gsis sis© w<iiq ©>& ©q^si ©ai ugeaor 

> I Q§la1fi; m»^»l — 2. Bashful; coy. 

* I fit$IG^ 5^9iV — 3. Ashamed. 

** I 9^I©QQ — 4. Shrinking to do a work. 

GQ. Q— COIMCF ( GQS ) — 

Chol&ganga ( See ; 

• G9Co eo cs>iG9 ©is flea© t <3ais>iei. ffoee^a i 

Choraka q£ gq^ QQJGQ QIGflK-^A species of 
flJtWffcl grass having spiked ears which stick 
sfsrrg^ft to the cloth; Andropogen Aciculatus; 

Spear-grass. 

5 I g€l$ fa$ ^GSS; «<? aOlj GOIQ— 
2. A kind medicinal perfume. 
6Q1Q©<3i9— 9. Q — G^QS? <* (€951 )~ 

Chorakantaka Choraka 1 ( See ) 

G^QOfiSl— G9- S» ( £<|1 ©»; tf- G$IG!+©»I)— GG1QQ 

Cnoi^-kala sjg^. GQIQOIGQ G9«lS©| G©G«© SiStf, 

9191 GQ^GQ G©Itfl9 ,GQ©q_ GOIQ G©IS* 

09QQ o<])^-Indications or marks found 

in the face of a thief. 

' [ <J-;GGa«q€l 9<UQ £S3 GOIQQ «§GQ <©3©i© 

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Chora -khela ©g^I GOIQ $« 6 ^IOm^ISO fiJO^ 
qf^gtl GOIQ satQI^L G«l« aei 'apl<I, G3 q.S' 

%MlW; ^rfirafet GOIQ §«)— The game of hide 

and seek. 

Chora-ganga -deba The first king of the 

Ganga dynasty of anient Orissa. 

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B Chora-chottha Thievish and wicked. 

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2. A feeling of doubt or suspicion. 


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Chorataskara ®G9G)9 — Thieves and docs^ats. 

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Chorardagardiaphata 6919^91 §I9G9 aq GSIiq! 

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Small cracks appearing on a plastered 

roof or floor. 

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Chorarda Chirurda (See) 

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Ohorant "A female thief. 

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ChorauigSi ^ qp^ aeflS^afll ©§q, 301094, 

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A cow which feigns that her udder is 

empty when a man milks her, but 

sucks her calf afterwards. 

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Chovapana 1. Stealing; theft. 

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2. Offences done stealthily. 

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CHbrapushpi Chcraka 1 (See). 

G«I9^|9I B J ^ 2 Sankhapusnpi (See). 

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Chora*baniba 1- To be at the end of one's wits, 

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q$9 91 q9 6991—2. To hesitate 

to appear. 

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Chorainuhan Very sensitive and shy (person). 

(G9i9q<a*-r^) 
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Chora heba Chora baniba ( See). 

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Chora A demon (killed by Goddess Durga). 


> I GQI99 K (€9«) (g. €t99l€l9)— 

2. Chorakal (SeeV 

£9. 9— 6QI99Q9I — Stealing 
€9. 941 —t I SIO^IQQ— ( «9«l '€1Q qca»9i9g9 
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1. One who steals; stealing; lifting. 

J \ 2I3§9 ( S21|— G9ISJ 319 — Stolen. 
cst?rft • 1 fijgi^ qg (qai— G^qgte) — 

%W 3, Hidden; secret; stealthy clendestine. 

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4 Smuggld (excise articles). 

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^91 (910^) — -5. (action) Done without 

the knowledge or permission of the 
• higher officers 

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Choraimala Choramala (See) 

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Choraiba 1. To steal. 

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2. To imitate, 

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%T?7T^ Tour. 

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Choragata. A pit-fall; a hidden pit. , f * * 

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Chorachahani Q<f{\ 53191^ qs*9 919 9SH 9 G99J 
, 99 01 en^ g^ 9991 — 

1. Covert glances. 
VI «B949JSF — 2. Sidelong glances. 


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Acts of stealing. 


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C5Mt^ > 1 CQiQaiQQQl 9C9G1 GGIS— 
2. Stolen currency note. 

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Cborapatha Secret way; a liidden path. 

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Chorapahaicla ai9iQ — Mountain sunken under 
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Chorapriti love making. 

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Chorabasanta -gl9Q9 SftSj (9?eil) QQQ 9G9^ 

(G©IQ93$ — aSh^Q) The delicious south wind 

which begins to blow some time before 

the advent of the spring proper, 

oa.sia— rote 1 
Cborabata Chorapatha (See) 

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99 flGQ — Quick sand; a bank of sunken 

sand; sunken sand bank. 

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Smuggled wine. 

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ChorSmala 1. Stolen property. 

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0di«i — 2, Smuggled partietes; contraband 


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Illicit cohabitation; secret adultery, 

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Chori ■ * 1. Theft. 

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J I GOffll ^^j ©^Q©l— 

2. Habit or act of stealing, 
• I S9©^ — 3. Secret act. 

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1. Stolen. 
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Chorikttbata 1, A secret door. 

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^G©IQ ^99 — aoi^fl ) ©91% — 2. A small .door 

fixed in an opening made in a larger 

door so that it may be used in ordiary 

manner without taking the trouble to 

open the bigger door. 

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ChorSdi Act of stealing; theft, 

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gf^ft fft^HQ «I9 Q9GQ Q9I G«lia— Secret 

%TtQHair drawyers or space in bos or shelf done 

to evade the eye of a rifler. 
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Chorichapati Theft and other vices. 

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^fcraWte»*3r To steal in many ways, 

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Chorichhindali Theft and adultery, 

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Chorita Stolen. 

Choridhana Chor5n*al ( See ) 

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Chorinari ggj^i qgf — Theft and adultery, 

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Choripatra Q|§£!9Si9qr fl«€9 9a 31Qg9f a$Q 
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• most group of leaves in a reed-wall. 
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Chori paiadhua A kind of wild tree- 

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Choriba'santa Chorabasanta ( See ) 

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Chorilsa Choraiba ( See ) 

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• Chcribata Chorapatha ( See ) 

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^Choribali Chorabali ( See ) 

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Chorimal Choramal ( See ) 

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Chorijiba «$^ q q$q\ — To be stolen. 


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Chorirati Chorarati ( See ) 

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Chori ^ Theft; stealing ( M. W. ) 

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Choruni 

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The feminine of chora. 

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A ancient kingdom in southern India. 

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2 Indian madder, plant. 

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3. Bodice; females tight jacket. 

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4. Bark of tree. 

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5. Coat of mail. 

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6. An inhabitant of Chola country. 
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Ghala ('See ) 

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Cholaka ^ | qi§. 999 — 1. Armour. 

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-2. Breast-plate. 
* I ^Q9j Qft — 3. Bark. 
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1. Offshoots of bamboo,, 
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2. A kind of orange tree. 

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Cholaganga deba Choraganga deba ( See ) 

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Ch-.da g©|Q ©Q-6 Gft <$qpi— 

C5W A kind of ]oose and long flowing coat 

€fl&T worn by mendicants. 

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Cholika # \ Chola(See) 

G^fill— 9. G>. { GOia + Q )— 

Choli ^ I glflfflQQ «© g©|Q ©|sq ( «<j?|Q 

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* » GOIQ ( GQ« ) 
2 Chola ( See ) 

* I Ql© 2D0 Qq«?IQ QIQ ( §■ «OTIOQ ) — 

3 . A wicker work tray for keeping betel- 
leaves etc. 

eqa aid— e. e-u ©isfaswQ m ai«QGa<a— 

Choli marga 1, A kind of tantrik ritual. 
2 GhatakaBchuki ( See ) 

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Choltri fl[G© 901 Q9IGQ S>© 9© $£ 31$§ — 
■ Choultry; caravansari, 

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Cbosbaka c*3 G9l€ 6><1 — 

(GOlSQI — %1) Sucking; one who Sncks. 

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Choshana Sucking. 

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ChoshS l i C9 ©SCSS S3 G«tS »< — 

I-. One who sacks oat every thing. 
> 1 8Q GCgqt; GSISI — 2. Very covetuous. 

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Cboslii • A play-thing intended for infants 

jpft sucking it ( taking it for the 

mother's nipple. 


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Choshiba To suck. 

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Choshya "Which can be sucked by the mouthy 

t^— ^. « — QQA 01© GQIQI (g- €lfi?9K3Q) — 

Choska 1. A horse of excellent breed.. 

> \ 8ft QIQQQ (@. flpgiQQ) (G^«!) — 
2. Sindhubara ( See ) 

eSEKf-cSw. ©« teri- ) — og^( G9« ) 

Chost Chust ( See ) " 

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Chohala • ai9l^ a aWfti 9©IQ© »IQ^Gd ( 3 )— 
»i«i« * I 6$<$© — 1- Impertinent; arrogant;: 
^p?f haughty. 

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rude. 

* I $SQ — 3 Maddened; intoxicated crazy, 

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Choharda §eag. e^a©; «g©. 919; ti© <^q qiq^ 

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^TRTT^ A low untouchable wild tribe- 

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€Q- 9« — < I aaQlj WQ — 1. Wild; 
. uncivilised. 

J I ^Q©> «tQQ— 2. Eude; arrogant. 

• I 9^ — 3. Illiterate. 

w I ©QG8IQ — 4. Obstinate. 

Chohana ©©a QISI — One of the four- classes 

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Chohana Chohana (See) 

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Chau ( See ) 

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The ceremony of tonsure performed on 
a Hindu boy of the three higher castes. 

g. m. ( r ^«iea. a) — OQiqa^ — 

•^ Pertaining to ChurdS. 

Cbauidakarma Chaarda (See) 
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Chautisa Chautisa (See) 

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Chaupadi Chaupadi (See) 

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ChaUpani ^JSQ SG^W QQ® QQ9I99 G9^^9t 

9I«9 fliqQ 91 G9$— Presents given by 


\ each family of cowherds to the authority 

of the Nemalamatha, the seat of 

Achyutananda. 

6©f9Q— SIW- (GSIQfiigS) 9. (^. 9^8+399) — 

Chaupar OIQ999 — Four quarters of the day on 

night. 

GOlaifl— GQ. 9— OIM1fl 3 ©%5a — 

Cbaupasa Four directions; four sides, 

GO^QQ^ (QOIIQ)— G9' 5— ®^9Q^ QO«i!§ (G9€l) 
Chaabarga (etc) Chaubarga etc (See) 

Chaumbaka Magnetic. 

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Chaora Chora (See) 

GOfQ— e- 9, (GOt9+Q)-^G9faM (S9«) 
Cbauri Chaarjya (See) 

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Chauri (See) 
G9f<3^— e. 3 ( G9IQ + Q9. S3 ) — II GOIQ — 
ChfBrjya 1. Theft. 

> I O^Q^J^ — 2. The act or profession of 

stealing. 

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GOfdilQq**— ^. 9— G91ft%a 9©^ ©Qfi G9I«— 
Oh^rjyiparidha * ! The offence of theft. 

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Chola(See) 

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ChasahathI Chausha^hl <See) 

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©ft^ ©§9©l — 2. Percolation; oozing; 

flowing down { of liquids ). 
* I 8fl— 3. Umbrella." 

©^©©iia — e. ©. ( ©i©©+gia=ea©n)— a^swig 

Chyabana prasa ©|ae«5jQQ flG9?«a «l©GQ < 5 l ©Ga , a— 
A medicine paste ( for being taken ) 
• prepared with certain ingredients as an 

?• antidote against cough, catarrh-and 
other complaints of the lungs. 

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Chyau Chyau pattanayaka ( See ) 

Chyau pattanayka ©GQ'Q — A little of honour 
given to Karanas of Orissaby Hajas. 
q«I9-— cq. ©. ( ff.-QW© ©Iqos^ ) — 

Chyahi ^ | gg. G9a,Q§,; OigQI— 1. Care, 
Btl -> I a©Q ; G©«©^© — 2. Fondling. 

^t^ * i.qceeati; ©lef^adi — 

3. Activity 
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G©. ©— gG©© ; i^lO— Activity. 
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9*1 (ai^)— $— 1 1 a©© GWI— 
Ghyu (root) 1. To fall; to drop. 
S-l SQ© G9Vt 3 £Q©t — 

2. To percolate, to ooze. 
« I ©Q© o©ia c©i88©i — 

^. To flow down { liquid ). 
v I «f a§)©l — 4 To fall down. 

* 1 ^§qi — To laugh. 

OS©— ^- ©^>. ( ©^ ai$+©<g. © ) — 

Chyuta ^ | |[l©©% — 1- Excommunicated, , 

displaced . 
J I €JS ^'©Q 0©© — 2 - Fallen down. • 

eg qsqs^Aiois CPia oia. 

* I SQ©i ©«^©«^C9IQ a©©^ ^9^91 — 

3. Oozed; percolated. * 
v | Q«k; ©ch©— 4b Spoiled; shorn. 

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5. Degraded; driven out. " * 

5> i ©t&i.OBO-^fi- Unsteady. 

7. Displaced from ones proper place* * 
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gQI— 9. Destilled. 

Chyutasamskarata 'gai$ GQI3 (qig^^^— 

A defect in composition consisting of 
using ungrammatical phrases and words. 

ChyutSkshara A sort of poetic skill in verses. 

.Gfltfo ass ^ite^Gfii aeiicifl $« 1 mi — 

»§or«ia , « ffGQeiff5i«3i-oio-ac5 < Hia«i«cai 

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Chyutadhikara ^% ~«»IQ% ^o— Shorn of 
(OsOlWiq— ^1) one's power or authority; expel- 
led from one's position. 

^©-tf.l? ( qi ^+^9. 9 )— * 1 §° Q; . ©a. 9i©_ 

Chyuti 1. Loss of destruction; ruin. 

* ■ . ( aai— eSaiow ! ) 

) I PJeillQ©. aOQ— "2. Down fall, 

* I WffQ— 3* Degradation. . 

v 1 $ftQ. 9Q3— 4. Percolation; oozing. 

* ♦. SM> — £- Slipping. . 

. 9 I «©j QSQ — 6. Movement. 
9 I sS — 7. Release 
r I %9 Qf)Ql— 8. Dropping down,- falling 

down. 

* I 21QS, pf ( g. aWIQQ ) — 

9 Defect; blemish. 

: a^C^fil— 10. Neglect of duty; 

negligence. 
** I flS^N (9- WSNQ) — 11. Anus. 
<^ I $3 (§. aMiQ^) — 12. female organ. 
\m 1 fl Q(g aWi€lQ)« 13. Motion; movement. 


14. Displacement; removal from one's 

proper position. 

Cbyuts Mang<i : {tree and fruity 

GQsld— e. © (O^O+q^. a)— CM© ( €9«l ; )' 

Chyota Chyuti ( See ) 

Chyotana / • Chyuti ( See -f 

Chreshta CheshtS ( See) 




Chha Q©|Q^1S!^ <a|Q) — The seventh consonarit 

of Sanskrit and its daughter languages 

including Oldia, corresponding to the 

pronunciation of 'ohh- I as pirate of ch). 

[ 5— «9IQ 9^41 «9IQ ^^j S" 3 ^ I ] ^ 

^ I €SQ; CfiQO— 1. Cutting. 
5 I <S€J — 2. A piece, 

* I QCI — 3. A part. 

* t (SQ ai^— aeKjft gQQ[+9i|. a ) q9— 

4. House. 

* I «H9iqi— 5- Glory 

^-|99tQQ (§. aogiOQ)— 6. Covering. 

g. ©a (ca ai%=Gaw geiQi+g^. a)— 

v I ©QQ — 1. Liquid 
?i S^a— 2. Clear, 

* I CSW—B. Cutting, 

v I 9^© — 4. Trembling. 

^, 15,;GQ. ^ («r. ^^ .St- a, ens^os a^g g«m) — 

3, 3[? ^ t aa q<a<<| — 1 .The number six. 

GQ. §tf — 1.,1 ay^filM© —1. Numbering six. 
> I ^^SISKJ; a«IQ 'V[S&— 2- Sixth. 


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G9IQ fla ^iQ^S* $< I ] 

««fci— cq. q (?. calo)— »q,g asfQ 6a?oiqi— 

ChkanchS Act gf washing or cleansing the 

C#W; ^61 anus. 

g^HS^Jntar QSI— GS?Q 69IQ?(9f— Cleansed. 

ia"©lQQl— OT- 5 s ( aav?i $^IQ §[$$ eja )— S^L 9i 
Chha-anchaiba aqftafcfllCQ Gflqgi $WQa% 

ctT&ft GOfOQOTI — The act of washing the 

S^^lsd" anus of «a child or sick man after 

(aaOTQQl— tiQiqfl) . passing stools. 

ia*Qi«a*©— gq. $ (3. Gaf©)— pqq^iq aes q^is, 

Chha-anchachhaafichi 9a aQ s tfit eflQQ GalQQ$" 
dtt^H Z*ffi\ The cleansing operations [of the 

^ >! 5It^*fe anus, face, hands, .feet etc) after 

. passing stools. 

OT€>9I — G9- $ ( *■ 49 31^ )— «K»9i!C| aSQ £)S?3 
Chha-anchiba # ftQ^IQ GaiQ$M r aiSf3§W-~ 

C&51 To wash ones anus after passing stools. 

&»©6&Qi— G9. §_(sr.Ga?Q)— asaeiiei as$ q5?i9i9SL 

Chha-anchi heba q£j° a&SIQ QQQI — 

C^tel To wash or cleanse one's own anus after 

•?ft*^5fT passiug stools. 

aa$ — cq. m— eaQ aoesi qi 991Q91 qi ai§a?§2i)£Q 

Chhaaka 9 £$ilQ §31 W? eiW — 

( a multiplication table) Relating to or 

giving the various calculations of 

the number 6. 

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^of fliQi ai«3 sag a3s?aiGQ £x*> Q cisiqioi% 
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Chha-akana heba «5jp»€l Qh§Q a^» Q§> ^«t§^ 

.fWH^e^t QIQGQ a$)QI— (a secret) To be 

faPwM3^3l # divulged to three i. e. more 
than two persona. 


Chha-ake Six into one,; 6x1. 

Chhaakordi The number 120^ 6x20. 

l^ft G9. §SI.-0» ea)^— Numbering 120. 

flai'osaft ^0 l ] 

Chhaa-chiti €9IQ a^Qi 2J^)g| — The state of sis' 
^§RT kaurciis falling with the ventral side up- 
(S^©« •- aQf^Qj wards in a game of kaugji, 

.M$l— €9. ^^ — (aoi9qef)-aa g«iQ— ' 

Chhaata Numbering six. 

9J) 1 1, Six in number. 

(aaf— a^qefo) > 1 ^> 0^1 ^—2. Sis o'clock. 
aa&i— 3i. 9 4 e«.— (aa cigiq 3% cj©ifi»*a)— aa- 

Chhaanda ggj|. ©§€1 QQ\%\ — Six quartets; 

^^1 twenty four. 

Q5> ^IQ^QI aa^JI 9WQ! ZQQQ I 4'^- Ql^oQ Qg I 

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aai^ea §a^ ©ogi, q,Qgi, aiagi, aagi, qio^ij. 
nogi, oagi, 9a§i ©9§ 1 «§ ^Qagi, Q©a5i r 
qQa§', awadii, aaagi, qi«a§i, ^02151, qtosjj, 

Chhaapoi 9Ga^l — A poetical composition with 
scqq" 6 lines in each stanza. 

Chbaa baara Ohhaachita (See*)- 

.©OQ— fill. (Q©Q) 3- (ff- GalQi 91Q ^0— GMqfJW— 
Chhaara Shaving of the hak*. 

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WWI 6 69?© G9©!— Shaving of the 
head and, pairing of the nails undergone 
by lite relations and kinsmen of a 
deceased person on the occasion of 
purification after the funerals- 


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Chha-astarlsahe hundred and seventy sis. 

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MS©— e©. © 4 m. (s. «<ag©$ gi- a^Q; aiQ— 

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^5^ * 2I^q — 76; Seventysix. 

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Chha-angutbia ' taiqfe 91*5) ©(y €«!$£© <?l 9!©GS11© 

spftwf $©^e©'eimf 6©«ii<f eisi©^© as<§ 

Cl^js^afq; 6©ai<f mp ai<i— 

ri .t9QGf ©tt> q?- — 9©«i©u) Hexadactylous. 

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sajft-^Q. ©«. (a. «<%)— ^ i $% — l- SixtL 

Chha*#|a; assist, w^toicq ssi& e?» 

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2. Very distant .kingdom). 
«© — €©. ©. (9°. Q^)— V I ©fif©!©^^©©^ ©i©?&> 
Cbhai ajOQ^I — 1. Cotiduot; gait; manners. 
^&i%; ^1 5 I a^©— 2. Sportiveness. 

3f. G^sjure; deportment, 
v I Q@ff©| — 4. Gallantry, • 
* I filtl — o. Jest; frolip. 
£ I 9IW j €^QQ; do"— 

6. Bragging; arrogance; foppery. 
9 I ©^JSJ©I "7. Cleverness; cunning. 

r I "CfllQ'W^jatCl" ©q39l SilQ^Q — 
8 Ado; ostentation; gaudiness. 

« I $2JiaO— 9. Vainglory, 
!• I G0G9Q— 1° Appearance. 
It I 96WS W>9I ©St 5 — 

11. Graceful or charming manner. 

^.Od; cgfQSi— 12. Grace; 'beauty. 

^ <* i ( e, aQ )— eQl©i qi qi^q ais— 

^q^C 13 Thatched covering or roof of a boat 

or cart. 

V* l ( 3. €lC* ) — WT« CM199 ^Qq^Q^ 

qg — 14. Will arranged heap; well-set 

* • stack, 

(aai— Q*l 91 MO© SQ^llR G$$>gJ Ij 

1* | Q|©SGQ ©9©OI; QTOI©*!— 
15. Wit and humour; witty speech. 

e©. 5«. (e- §4©)— ©SL^ Qe ^ asiW9i 5^® — 

Spread on all sides; diffused. 

©Qgfl— e©. ©a— 3©ra©cr1q9j a*oqg — 

Chhaia Foppish; coquettish; frolicsome; 

^55T triekish; s*pprtive. 

sq ©€j©i— €©. §— <> i as© ©i ©cfl g©ia ife©i— 

Chhai kariba 1- To show frolicsomeness; to show 
^TjftWft off one's fine things. 

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2. To flirt: to 


SQ S©«l. (€«)©©! 

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Chfcaiti maiti <. 1 9G€l$% SBffftQ— 1- Delighted. 
69 qa ac® OQ© 9^S§ I ) 

2. Open-handedf liberal. 

$Q €Q©i— G^. $ — V l(e. $<?©) C9i Q91 QQ qjaf © 

Chhaideba QQQI; CtlQ 31&9I — 1. To arrange in 

sftfwkl rows or heaps ( e. g. straw; bricks ). 

( SQ9IQ9I — Sffi%a ) ? I Gf. S9) ^QSJGQ €<3i^IQ 

£MQQl; QIQ9I — 2, To cover the whole surface. 

«QQI— 69. <? ( e. Q9 *% )— «lft«C9 *§$$ CWI 91 
Chhaiba Q£IQ Q€J91 — .To be diffused over the 
^t^Tl whole surface; to spread in all directions 
ij^taT ( e. g water ), 

fiiQ 891 ") ^ ( aai— Q^joia ..«fl Ql ^QGIfi! 

SIO GTOl [ «^p?" " "" ®Q G$IQS I ) 

QIQ GQIQ99I J 

tfQ»— 69. w ( ?r- 3gi9«; $e«© ; q_. en. <§ sefsQ 

Cbhail q£p|9 ) — «. I q,QSH6Q 9Q QQ^VI 91 «©- 
^PTt*t Q9I; $«>£($© — 1. Flooded. 

•^if^n ( aeji— €Q«isi$ aiSi6Q aQft q^iqoq i ) 

§QQI% "J * t G$G&!6Q QQO<)ig— 2. Extending 

QOQ V >«Pi^Q t owar <3s all directions; diffused; 
fi<fiitt J spread on or all sides. 

( aai— eoaaio <^9© ai2 sqq gqiqs i ) 

G<?- Q — *• I ^^9© — Flood; inundation 

J I 9^1 91 <?§9© SI? qejSIG© 91^991 SIQgl— 
2. The state of water spreading on all sides- 
. # " * I e^W? o=i|§99|— 3. "Diffusion. 

«Qfi^ 8ftl— 69. 3— ( W ) 61^69 W9 €WI— 
Chhil jiba To be diffused; to spread over on all 

t sides. 


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Chhaija t. | Q% a^S> GQflW; ^amQGrlqs-QeFa— 
QQ»l ) - 1. Frolicsome. 

aQftl l W ^ I «[5q— 2. Gallant, 
bt><Wt3 * I O^Q — 3. Clever. 

(SQfo— a^ii^a ) 4. Charming; beautiful; grace- 
ful; having a charming appearance. 

* I 63 2Q 91 «I95W G96l!<3 — 
5. Ostentatious. 

^ I 9l9P9Qj QIQhGQ Q9q©1«IQ— 
6 Witty; humorous. 

9 1 cM^jaicQ as}oi*1q,€Q g^s>— 

7. Foppish; fine. 

GQ. ©— <■ ftl€iQ GQQ; Q§Q— 

1. A beau; a dandy; a gallant. 

> 1 oopOT Gsigi© 6 ewg^q ^^g— 

2. A person fond of showy dress and 

toilette 

SQQi— €9. w: v- * ^1 (^ ae)— 1 1 wwQGrl^j 

Chhaila 63 QtQ 69af<3 — 1. Foppish; frolicsome. 

QM1 I a] — ^ ' Q§p i QICIQ— 2. Gallant, 

SQQ J coquettish. 

* I ($T. as) O^SJ — 3. Clever. 

v I §£?Q — 4. Charming; handsome; 

attractive, 

* 1 toq gie^^ig^— 

5. Fond of finery; foppish* 
9. *1— «8©l; Qia^J— A flirts a coquette, 

OQQP ff|$* £v|ft 09A «Q^ C!Q« ftQff QC>I< Q£0 SQOl t 

ftpfldsOfti otoj 
SQ^)?fl— 69. Q«. y- 6 ^1— aqai (69ei) 
* CbhaiHa Chhaila (See) 

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sqq aQ«— 69. (e. as)— °^ 1 aaorafi 69faa— 

Chhaili chhauli 1. Stratagem , 

> 1 ae ( 69«i) 

Chhai (See) 


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Chhau ^igq giw 69^ afil a&i (6 g<ae£| saesj 0QI 

gjhr $1 G*i®$^ 6 OR — 1- -A disease in which the 

skin becomes discoloured in patches of 

white or black? leucosis; albinism; 

W-GWGQ Cftl, Qi«l 6 UOI QQ\9Q\ tflSl I J I 
aQft 5q— CTOAI51 Wfoli MSN QiQ- •» I 0^8$ 

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; » eai qi giq9$>S% WLW«5raqQGQgi€ft- 

glSff afil €QTO 'ASM — 2;: Patches of 

white hair on the body of animals 

of red or black colour. 

9IGQ 9©V<S> G9IQ WIS ©I© 99 ©I©§" 

3. A kind of dance prevalent among the 

wild tribes of the Ori*sa Agency 

tracts. 
. *l(e. SQ") Casi— *• Bark. 
* I (*•. 29) ciq» — 
% 5. Arrogance; pride; vainglory. 

£ I ©"§©©! — 6. Skill; dexterity. 

9 1 4teiQ <i$faiaiQ ©3 q$<?i— 

7. Lying in wait; crouching; being pre- 
pared to pounce upon a prey. 

di r i fibre <?! wi sgq gjig^j; aat a— 

ijgrT 8. Pouncing on a prey. 

Chhaunri Chhauri (See) 

-- -. ©kj w aes w $sfo eslqa i 

Chhaua 1. Having patches of different colours. 
^Wts on tB8 ' body (said of cows, cats, 

WC^Pf dogs, horses etc); mottled* 

If'fa'SF } I S$ leqaiSI^— 2 -i Albinous; having 

light patches on the body. 


»qqi— gq Qa. q?.— 1 1 Soiq. ©§q. wng^ a9 

Chhauks qq «iiqqi s^qq aiQCrs (9611— M9j 

f*Wift ^LSl^) — ^ 1 - Clever ; cunning; dexterous 

(sJ^^l — §1) ( said of cats, dogs etc which are 

clever in catching things kept away 

from their reach). 

QG9 — 3-" Crouching; lying in wait to 

pounce on a prey* 

* i a$a (€<?«) — 3. Chhaua (See) 
S3©— 91. 9. ( sr. Ga7o )— 

Chhaucha t I G^9% flO ^QS fll^fffl— 

^5 1, Cleaning impurities off the body. 

-> I iJWGQ q© Qh§ Q %^VQQrQ G^?Q, gi© 

' €10 9 f^ ^j§ €WI — ^ * Purification of the 

kinsmen and relatives after the 

funerals. 

3. Washing of thfe private parts after 

passing stools, 
3U ©tfl— ai»0- €LQ— Cleansed. 

a^O 9€)9I— at. s . ( tf. Gal© )— aa*©^i; fl® **$ 

Chhaucha kariba «i|Cl QQQI 8G§ a^G!% fl»i^ 
C*h^^1 GQ^IQ $Q5M — To cleanse the 

(aej 3 GWI—Sff^a)- private parts of impurities 
after answering calls of nature. 

MQI*-GQ- 9 — aQ * ( GQtf ) 

Chhau- nata * •' .Chhau 3 ( See) 

Chhau mariba To pounce on a prey. 

a^Q~9i. ©. ( e. ®§fe)— a«s ( gqg ) 

Chhaura - Chha-ara ( See ) 

a«€i-G^ 9. ( 9. aQ ai%)— 

Chhauri ^ | qia^ ^^O; 9^— ^ • • 

1 Armour; coat of mail 
9 \ siglQ^* SJgQtf! * 2. A coverlet. 
■» i OGQQ© — 3. Anointing; smearing. 
S3QQI— GQ. S- < 1 ( e. fiQ aio )— 

Chhauriba OTl?lft9i; 2HSI9Q VSl^i — 
3. To cover. 


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; I ( 3- 99 al^) €Q§qI— 2. To anoint; 
gTOTI to smear; ( e.g. a paste oyer the body ). 

* 1 ( sr. 6s?9 ) qaQ 9Q9i v es?9 9Q9I — 

3. To shave the, hair. 

e«q— gico. ( wg_9 ) 9-$% $q— 

Chha-er a # ' * , Shado w , 

8<6}— 69. 9^-aQs^ ( 693 ) 

Chha-el . Chhail ( See ) 

80—3169. ( Wfligs ) 9~9Q £&9I— 

ChhaSch Smearing the floor by cow-dung 

and water. 
&j— 3169. ( 69S>SiqQ ) 9— tott 9l$9.iai<3 ©969 
Chhancha 991991 3213 gg 9Q©— 

The first layer of rope's packet a laid 
on the ground for making of paddy. 
99— 69, 9. ( 3. ©%Wi ©$* )"~ 
Chhaka v | O^a; 6QQ* QIQ6Q qOTI9 «IQ OTIS 
afcrtsN qg| 9oaj^--l. A meeting of two 

J 5nrJ!£T cross-ways; cross-road-, a place 

where four roads meet Or two roads cross. 
. ace aes> $q a$s) oca 1 «©q g*" H . q^qq^q cilo 1 

. > I 9$ 6991 QQ1$$ Q19Ql9t W§i— 
^ 2, A cross. 

* t q$ 91 SWI9 ©Si— 3, A cross mark; the 

. arithmetical sign of addition or 
multiplication. 

v 1 s2€Q asaQ Q^QOjqi GQ«i^ 0*1 Q9\Qr 
8[9I a€liaiQQ qq-^4 Chequered figure in a 

dice or chess board. 

&$] * I ©ai^ig 9IQ — 5. Marks made on the 

body with hot iron; brand. 
9 1 «19? ^ Wp g9l9£9 69969 9&$9I 
9iq- 69191— 6. Marks left on the body 
after being caned or whipped; 
9 I %9*IIS>QQ §IQ — - 
7. A convenient place. 
69 91^91—69. $ — qg 91 qd99Q 2*9-9 9Q91— 
Chhaka katibsff To tlraw cross-marks. 

S9 6991- 
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Chhaka-chhaka Suitable occasion; opportunity. 

^M*, c^s^rt^ (aai— 63 29 sue ^§ 9is 969 u 

*f*rt ^ 1 «fl9«i9€96» g©Q C QI — Watchfulness on- 

suitable occasions. 

QW— 69. 9. (9°. €19% SI. g€l^ 2S19 )— 
Chhakarjla v | ^9!Q|f — 

^R*5l 1. Hackery; hackney 

^5?fT carriage.. 

(3991— eifliqs) ? I a«9 5 €I9S> 6«l%Qlf — 

2. A cart drown by oxen. 

©9© 99©— 69o 9 (Q« 991 6 OSJ 991 9Q§) *<i)Q Sl^. 

Clihakarda nakarda ^9iq» 69^) — * I ^§9lgG3 — 

^^St^T^Sl 1. Derision; contempt.- 

9 I SiafllQ — 2. Xeglect; disregard. 
( 2991 ff9<SH — '2Jff*i%a ) *> I QQ 9h99I9 — 

3 111 treatment 
S9§)— 69- 9 ( $j». 9. 09991 )— I f Q@fl€^ 
Chhakardi aa^engt CQ9^©afl9l Qlfl)— 

^f? ( 2IQ^3 ©6S 691^ 69^ ) — 

1. A name given to boys whose elder 
brothers or sisters have died (meaning 
not worth a penayj. 
(S99— TOiqa) ( 9— -C9IQ «a :—■ c- 

(S9f)^J3 — TOI^qefo^a) 9!»9%SSi 991 $\$ 9S5ISQ' 

^^liaiQas 1 6£i^ @qQ sDQgq s^J3ipais>, snap'- 
51169 33% QglQQiaiQT 9191% ©€>,QeJ, 9« 99h 
9^?6Q 6a^6Q9QT -99699iQ 919191 9QS) I ] 

wft > I aai9ic69 a^9i '^' gw*9i9— 
^^TS>, §pRt A throw of the dice resulting in the 

• coming up of sis points, 
9909— 69- 94) I *. €1^9 )— ^ I £1^9— '. 

Cbhaka-paka I. Apprehensive. 

' ^$*$ s I ^9^*1969 a^S 9191 q^96Q ^€1^9 — 
S5a.<TE 2. Having a presage or presentiinentf 
m I ag 9 (, 519 ) — 3. Restless (mind; 
* l Q»iq9— 4. Hankering. 

(aai— 69 QQ 9I96Q 99tqt^ 69qj <J0Q|f 
S999 9RS \ ) 
S9 8161©!— €9. 9 — 39$16fi99 Q|ff96a<a; Qa <!9 — 
Chhaka pagarda One of the throws of dice in a 

game of dice. 




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Chhakalia A kind of coat having six trangular 
2pif%3t pieces sewn together. 

69. w— i I 38 CO await 9Q v\c— 
1, Having six trangular bits of cloth. 
> I 99Q9 — 2. Witty. 
891—69- 9-r-v I 9991; S«9I — 

CWaafea 1. Watching; hiding. 

Wl J i 9939363 QQIQqi«OTfl 9Q9I 3IQ* 2$ 
3^t 9§9I — 2 . Lying watchfully, lying in 

( 891— «KMq0 ) ambush; ambush. 

" ;> vs^. i (■*. fl|j. gi.^aevi) a»ai 91 91st 6«969 

* S« fQJJfij 9IQ — 3. The playing card having 

- six tips on it, 

v i ©ist 63969339 asq ao <i 914.914 C99IQ 

qeaia 9 69Q <9 as 95 ao*Q-9iwai9 

9S9I — 4, The state of one party wining 

all the cards in a game of cards. 

* I 9Q964I969 Q2J§<ai9 9Q§> <$ Gl§) 0991 

919 — 5. Six Kaurciis falling on thfe 

ground with the vental side down and 

dorsal side up iri*a Kaurdi game. 

£ I $69199169 %Q # 69 Cll9 Q|f 6S09I 9Q9 

6*39 — 6, An indoor game of females 

* with shells. 

. *f I q$09 2IQ9 9991 9#— 

7. Making or drawing of cross marks. 

r 1 esa^ a&ai 91 9Iqqq 9% 90 a'<— 

& A card containing 6 points. 
^ |'aa # «^9 ae©9 9919 EIQ9I69 fl §9 Q«i«lj 
9|«&QS«31 — 9. Hodgepodge. 

29! 69IQ O^Sl 9QQ91 9«ld — 
, . 10. A curry prepared from fried vegetable^ 
891991— €9. $— \ I 8991 ( €93 ) 
# Chhakftiba 1. Chhakiba ( See ) 

( 269091—219^3 j J I 29919 §0$ q,a — 
^Tt^ef ^etTl 2. The causative form of Chhakiba. 
•!.(». fiffl ) ( 39 ) QS iqg 69IQ «39 6991. 
8989 6991— "3* *o be apprehensive; to 
become restless through apprehensive. 


8QIGC1G) — 69. 9. ( tf. 3%; £)l. 2691 ) — «939I9 9Q?» 

Chhakakhela 6<3ft— A kind of Kaurdi garnet 

f*rff5*t [ 9—4369 82J 9f 93?69 ^9©S 91 

. BjTO 3IQ9QGS <$Q9dl 6*91® 63QS) I O^ITO 8Q 

99 9%iai«, <^69 9^9 9991 2IQSI69 919 

0,991$ $« I ] 

99189— 69. M. ( S. 999 )— 1 I H9«ta 91 21®% 
Chhakachhaka qqq\ $\\q qq§q 0919% 99I9S1 — 
^ot^c^WW 1. Watching each other for doing any 
^^T harm or for attaching,. 

29IS9 7 ao Qfl > I 999^ 319*119— 
Q^ia9l J aff,| %? i On the alert; watchful. 

*> I ( tf. CIQiqg ) 69f«Q ^91 ©^€"5 3|9 — 
3. Prepared or ready for any emergency. 
gQ t ^ — q99*91: — Alertness; watchfulness; being 
in readiness for any emergency^ 

89189—69, 9til. 9— S9IS9 ( 69fil ) 

Chhakachhaki * Chhakachhaka ( See ) 

9 — 2)699q$<] S9 «I§9I Cfl- 

Act*of drawing many crosses, 

89IO—G9. 9. ( 6999 g& 01^69 ^3^9 OTil SSJ 
Chhakatni ^91^ )— a®9 9I9~ The ribs. 

TOvft cct a«io 9191Q a«io— 5©ffia. gflQOQcr i 
891 6991 — 69. § — ©I?16'3t969 S$ 909 9I9SII9 (<J9 
Chhaka debit gg) €991 6 Si09 ag^ SO"* 3 fl ^ 

.Wt^ll 919 69919 "S16S1IQ 9 6991 — 

291 9991 / To win all the cards in a 

291 &99I / ^9^90 gauie^of cards without alio- 

291 95HQ9I1 win £ of the °PP osite P art J 

to win the cards of any turn. 

[g— 6^^*33 ^69T 913 ©If 9 9169 01 9%§6Q 

®$9i as 69IM 8f aqg w gia9 969 i ] 

89IQal— 69.-9— ^ I «1%A— 
ChhakapaBjha 1. Cleverness. 
^MW . S I 919099; 39991—- 

^CTTOT 2. Alterness, 

89ia$l s * I 6Q99I9; 9IQ689— ** 

Q9|aSI> SQ'IQa 3. Tortuous devices; write; 
29!a8l| tricks. 

* | 9$ai 6399 £ 91 .« 10 ^91 SII9— 

4. Cards havyig six or five tips on 

(JaBjapa cards. . 


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+ 1 <Q 99i9 9q$g<3»; «§ai& e4o — 

5. A kind of indoor games in Kaurdis. 

? rsGSWQ a^QGsaa s§9 <© 9919 $9s— 

6. A sort o£ dancing with dexterous steps. 
GQ. 93 — ^ Q9Q* ( 9H§ ) — 

Dexterous; cautious. 

-99— G9. 9. ( ©$*; 9%W )— t I o^tia— 
Chhaki 1. Meeting of cross road, 

? I $Q G9S1! QSiQ^ 9ff9l9 €% q§ ©ft— 
2. Cross-mark. 

* I A9IQ ©$ — 3. Marks of beating, 

vl «ISfl<l 9€l9lQICf S9IQqL©§9l- 
4. Ambush-, lying in wait for prey. 
99g|9- €Q. 3. M— t 1 «© 49901 s§© — 
Chhakichliaki 1. Very cautiously. 

> I ^«l4® SPCQ — 2. Stealthily* 

* I GSfcfflSGfl — 3, Cunningly. 

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8981991 39 91Q • G9Q, 9§ S98I99I 3qi9 
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tfe©i— 6Q. 9*— «. i 89G9 ©Q9i— 

Chhakiba 3. To lie in wait or watch at 

S^WWWl, cross ' roads. 

«^*fW. ^®1^Rl 2 )£»fc9l— 2. To watch. 
fnfctiilT * 1 qg Q| qgg ©qq q ia aQ9 

9€)9lj 8* 9IS9I— 3. To mark with a 
cross; to draw a cross, 
v I G9ta§ GQ€i| ^QGQ 89 G9Q 9lf G99I — 
4. To cross out or score though some 

written matter, 

* I W$ 91 @9IG^a9M«9€l9l 9?G$ SJ© 
• # . 9Q ©3 9§9I — 5* To wait stealthily to 

attack an enemy or a prey; to lie in 

ambush 

. , £ l*01QSPfiJS?lGQ &99GQ <9IS|9 Q|C1 QWl — 
6. To mark the body with red-hot iron. 


7. To leave marks on the body 01 caning 

or beatllDg. 

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Q\OQ QI9GQ G©fSffi8TO $% qq aQ9i- 

8. To hold the Kantdis or dice inside tfie 
fist so as to bring out the desired 

throw* 
[ Q— 89 TO 949 91 effll9IO%vyQ^g0lQ9l 

SCOlS— €9. 9«. ( e.- «\+G9lA"']K-flaG«M«"9a«J 
Chhakoni (G9§))— Hesagofial (figure). 

^.ift'MT Hexagon. 

gQi ^Q9M|§)—G^. 9-— 891 QOil§ (G9«) 

Chhakka etc. Chhaka etc (See) 

991 qSqi— GQ- ©.— ©IS G^OGQ @6<i Qieq^i ©gf Q 

Chhakka basiba ^9, a g ^»q^GQ «GfJ '891' 9!\ 

^t^ll 9«lS^I— 'The putting of a card against 

the ]iarty who does not wineijen one set 

of cards during a game of cards. 

(3ai-*l© 919 QQ69 Q6 aQ 89! 9§Q I) 

8Gi^— G9. M. (tf. «^f«§)— « ISMg9*0G9g|9- 
Chhakhanda 1. Made with six pieces of afcicks. 
^TtKI ) l 8« src«i9 — 2. Consisting'; of 6 pieceis; 
Sjg^, §5^ ,. . sis pieces of. 

^tl^ri G9. 9. — G91G9Q; flSIQ^ i999ffief 9BL 
3TC*ft,fe^ (Q^S £t€5) — l-'A ladder-like stret- 
cher (prepared by thing four sticks 
crosswise oil two longer sticks) for 
carrying fne dead body to the crema- 
• tion ground; bier. 

> I 8a ff^hSi «ifj — 2. Six pieces or bits., : 

8<3f§— G9. M. 6 9.— 8419 (G9«) 

Chha^handi Chhafchanda (See) 

^Ptj^ ,§a*GV SMS* C01G0 C^lftW'fl^l, 

90 (ai$)— 3. G899 9Q9I — 

Chbaga (root) To cut. 


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ea«j;— Goat. 

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«€!€! — ?T. P. — ($$1 ®0^ ; 8 — «g + «WI : — ^flj?)— 08— 
Chhagana Dried cake of cowdung (used as fuelf). 

SGiQ— gr. p. a\ ^Ga ^i^=eaQO p&©i+p& :pa- 

Chhagala paiw) — <. | qci ; €88-1. He goat. ; 
tfifliol— il) ? ! «P1© — 2. Sage Atri. 

..'-■' " ; ''■■:; -* ''""'■■ % A sort of blue cloth 
&gfcQ—%. p. qMMP+ ?ie£F. #}— S9P (GQ#) :.' 
Chhagalaka Chhagala {See) 

SS?| — €9. 9* (ST. ^QP)~t. I UWI; afifai— j 

OhhankS 1- Straining; sifting (through a sieve.) 
^Wt J I CJ8IGQ 9$ tfP flflpi"— 2. Prying in a 
355*7 large quantity of gnee. 

*!3Tg3IT 6P. QdK— t I &al GPIQaW.r-1* Sifted. 
> t P#GS — 2, Cleansed. 

* I P^l$ — 3. Purified. 

* I siaGP Pi GPsjGQ sell GPIQ^Pl — 

4. Fried in ghee or oil. 

* I. Pa €Q1Gl$lPI*"-5. Selected. 
.-S»IQ9li-GP. 3 ■— «§PIQ §»$ %a— Causative form' 
* Chhankaiba of chharikiba. 

■* (SGQQP1— «lPi%,a) 

-©«?i as?i— £P. p« — ^ i Pa Pa p$€QW 's*i% <L<i 

Chharika'cnhanka ©31% Pa GPIOftPI— L Tn © 

3jfl£f ^-j selected, and fittest few. 

^f^T J I SGS 7 !®^ 2 . Excellent, 

-©©IS§— GP. P— <■ l"'QQfl%€a Still G9PI— 

'* Chhankachhanki 1. Careful sifting. 

* ftM i alfi l, ^Rrf«5 -2. A thorough enquiry, 

soi 90919— cp- p,— aaWiij^ oa 91 cpftGQ- ©fei 

ChbafiS* Urakari ©iq^ aQPI q*I GPP/ 3GP 
^W®wNft,f*1 ©§GP aqqaigf 5$ataiQ gao 6991 
?t3nf3lT 5TC*r<t 9QPI OQQiq— Cupry made "of 

( &c?l QM — 9#qQQ[ ) various kinds. diODped 

* ■ • - ■ '■■ ■-«».■ ■ (*•■)» » 


vegetables first fried in sun^oient oil or 
ghee and then cooked with spices, 

fe— Q©a$ s^i oppiq paa 9 gpi^^^k i] 
asp) flfti— 9(gp. (ep^jfl) p.— wioflip (G9«) 

Chhanka marnja Nanamana (See) 

Q^l flIQ— GP. P— «■ I^SGQ a^II GPIQ?[PI. 0*PI «'P^ 
Chhanka mala gj^lef — 1, Fresh eatables fried in 
^T^Wt gbee. 

^faj ^igy > l Qg^, apteT— 2. Excellent thing, 

«q-9i. pei. i° 6 ^1. ( $r »,— 4. 5- wi ) — 

Chhacha e I goflflPqg 1 — 

^T *rt3[3 1- Honest. 

^TT /■* qpi— 2, Cbaste. 

(SG«Q— d) * 1 WlPKa— 3 - Truthful. 

-*f 1 Q^|5il —4. Faithful; trustworthy. 
... -, +:-| Q^q. ^@1j — 5- Excellent. ? 

9 LPGQI^'-*- ^* Innocent. 

3. ap )— 1 1 apjqp— 


1. Honesty. 
$$;§— 2. Chastity, 

^O^PIPOI — ' 
3. Truthfulness. 


aqaa— fli. p. 

Chhachapana 

v 1 Q^KflaSaT-^ 

4. Fidelity; trustworthiness; faithfulness. 
* I ©G^i^QI — 5. Innocence, 

Q©©— GP. 9— $3 ©P C€P«l) 

Chbachita Chbaa chita (See) 

a©»i— gp. p— *• 1 («■ ^gpffi— aoaQi ps- p«iqp 

Chhachina Q<$Q sflqj ^5© P^pGQ^ — 

Sf. ad^ia — ^a^j 1- A- wild tree- r Alstonia 

sg$Q; 9P§)> P«II0^9> Schoearis; Schetes. 

[ g— <PIQ P^P Q? 

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GPifi* <9 pis 1 '^aflftp sp 

srftiqi^ H&rrn; ^fiwsr 99p pep a$ a^ i er^ §<a« 

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3 i (e. <a% 6 ©99) ? ©01 qq3© 69a — 

2. Weight of 6 phinasor less than a grain. 
fsf&E^ *> 1 SQQI — 3* Chhachinda (See) 

ai69. («9oio) 9— 393919 99 ajwoa— 

A kind of tree. 
[ o — <91Q $Q «W f 3^/ 6 <9$|<S 91 ©fT% 
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a©oi— w. 9. ( e. 6©& ©*9 )— 

Chhachinda 099919 39!$© Wi 9OT9 — 


(9§Qi-~ aoi^a) 
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Snake- gourd; Trichosanthes 
Anguina. 


•CQgQI'Q S*9I9I9 SQI$© 
^|j<<?*iepa— Sna ke gourd; 
^Tricosonthea Anguina . 

9&9I99 Q£li 6 ^©99; 


Chhaohindi 

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a©o— 91* w- ( *• aolfiji Q<gsr seer $?9i ) — 

Ohhachindra ^ t ©<& QQQI ?S*jG9 969163191 91 

(SSQ — aO^GQ) 919199 — I. Attentive to one's 

studies; diligent in one's studies. 

a*<oa 9i^aq ft sq 

* I $&% — 2. Excellent. 

SO®, 9a| <1 fit qsi9Q 

«eo«H-9i. 9«. <l ( ^ ^® )— ^ I TO — 

Chhacnei I. Chaste. 

^9^ j 1 ^tfus(|— 2. Faithful. 

WOt • I TOnQKtal — 3, Truthful. 

(S€9Q— ^ffM^a) v 1 q^5Kpq$— 4. Honest. 

J8©l (Q9lt^-*-S9. W (9. q«)— S^ Q9il9 (S9«l) 
Chhachoha (et«) Chhacha etc (See). 


»8G— 31. W— ^8Q— 

Chhachchhanda Convenient. 

^T 5 ^ Q(. §. Q€ ^Q6Q — 

^^3^? "- Without trouble. 

Chhachchhika Churned butter-milk; whe^ 

ea^— fliw (®W99) ©— asitfiofll— 

Chhachhan Hawk. 

©Bl— C9 f 9—^ J («t, G^f©)— 51Q e«T09Q9li aa»9i— 
Chhaficha 1. Washing of the anus after easing. 
Of 151 9 I {q. gg)— a§ (GO«l) 

#^T 2. ChhaRcha (See). 

^f^T 3. Hoarding; saving for future, 
^^t v |.<ja«9l— 4. Niggardliness. 
W^ 

^T^T * I (tf. qS = €Sl§9l9 OIO) G99GQ ao9l^9 
^WT qa©5)9 Q|Q— 5- Mark left on the body 

by pressure of ornaments. 

^"HlS^Ti g|— I I (3. Q«) 39^931— 

^?Wlt 1. Truthfulness, 

-» I g9£Wl — 2. Honesty, 

ffl I g^ia^I — 3. Chastity. 

f*Wl v I «C1^9 QQGQ9S^^Sfi99i 9^1 G9IQ 9 ^91 

4. Victuals presented to a guest for 

cooking his •food. 

3IGQ (Wq.9) 9- 60^ 91 q.9^9 9IWIQ$S>— 

A string or rope for tyipg a rolled 

bundle of strand- for 'storing grains. 

(gg| — ^|j i. Niggardly, close fisted. 

J I €3 q$09Kfa.QWi©aicf ^^a 9S«— 
2. One who stores things for future use^ 
•» I 919$. 9g 9—3. Stored; hoarded, 
gi. ©«i..«l (3. TO)— 9Q — Chaste. 

ChhaTIchaiba Causative form of chhaanchiba. 

i\5t5T gi. S 3 — 8^a9iQ «©9 %a— 

^T*^T5jT Causative form of chhafichiba. 


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Ohhanchana 9|©asa|- g$|gl- Hawk- falcon 

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Chhancni The eaves of a thatch; the lower end 
? tB, €H <5ffl3 W1 of a thatch, 

q. 9&Qtiir "■ 

8§©«— 69. q— &?©£>; siq s>ag $8— 

Chhatichitaia The ground just iSeliMr the eaves 
^'t5^5j1 ' of a thatch, 

egoi-gi. s (s. sbsj )— 

Chhanchiba <, | qg£[ 9Q9| ; a9|9 ©9IQ9I— 
InS^RI, *f*lK 1. To hoard or store for 
3OTRT future* 

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2. Chhaanchiba ( See ) 
8$— i 69. 9 ( ST. ^1 fll v 8| )— 9I§9 ^9 Sql Q$J6Q 

* Chhat aft£© 6991 WSjSlGST aS 1 — A festivity 
^_ observed by the Biharis on the 6th day 

^ of the bright fortnight of the month of 

• T£arttika. 

a$«Qi— 69. a— sftioeoi ( 69s ) 

Chhatkina* • Chhatatkina ( See ) 

■ it 96 J 

&$,©€>!— 9»€^. ( WW ) 9 . ( %©> 8< a$99l )— 
CJ&atkibS ^ | q§991 — 1, To slip out; to slip 

£$69091 J •* * ( 381— Sft (aci909)^ ©lft 

( « ) fifcJWftl I ) 
-> I a^ v 9€)9l— 2. To be restless. 

Chhatkuchhe K \ { 9iGr & ©9I9991S19; gg| — 
6010 9 £*$.€$ ) GSiQ <^0!3* £114 6969 ' 


^IQg 69G9 — 1. I do not care for er 

worry about it. 

> I ( q ) 9<tg6Q Of®, 9«)g Q§§— 
2, ( 1 ) Peel restless or bothered. 
fi^QI— §169. C S*W1Q ^ 09919 ) ©— fi*©l ( GS?«I ) 
Chhatna ChhitnS ( See") 

8$9— 69. 9. ( e. 8S I )— * I 6*»& - 

Chhataka * a l. Beauty; grace. 

Wfa; 6^P > I Gfliq— 2. ^plendour^. 
35^», %T^^T g?9a C91QCQ au* aco-ai «*e» 

* I QGF — 3. Manner. 

r 1 9cfl — 4. Winsome deportments; arts. 

* I 9GQ19Q GQflQGfl— 5 Charming glance. 

6. Glance; tinkling' of the eye. 
5> I fiQ; «i^50— 7. Trick 

e*c* Q^^t* 991Q— qaiffib. aai© 1 
r I 93991 — 8. (Jailantry, 

69. 9tf— 1 1 caiqqg— 

1. Beautiful; charming. 

€9^91 Q9IQ 9*9, C9r6^ ©SIQ 9S*— 

2. "With winsome deportments. ' ■ 

acta — siceg^ii 1 
a^9q®|€t— G9. 9— V 1 GQWGfl; 5^Sf7; 9lS^Wl — 
Chhatakachahani **■ 1, Sidelong glance 

%T5^T 2. Amorous glance. 

a*OTW69— 69. d. 9^1—^ I a& a^ qsiqcQ — 

Chhatakamatrake 1. In a very short time. 

*W«tOT J I ^9^69— 2. At a moment. 

* I <Q\ SQ9IG9 — 

3. At o*ne glance; in a twinkling of fche^ye, 
a*«6Q— 69. 3. 9<a— S&99I969 ( G9« ) i " * 

Ohhatakare Chhatakamatrake ( See ) 

8*««8— 69. 9. %1. ( *. at! ) -fit* 69«I|^9I- O^i 

Ohhatakini ( $ ) — Coquette; a lady with grace- 

^H^T . . ful glance. 


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* Chhatakiba 1. To ache. 

^7«rt^?rl ( aeii — gai euST &*$§ i ) 

£tepn > i £*$ fl9i ( G9«i ) 

2. Chhatakijiba [ Sae ) 

3$$991— 69. 8 — ( €OT*9 09iefq> GSfa? a°fl ) 901© 
Chhatakijiba gOsiQeQ WlGl9QI, 899 2^1 — 
f%SFF ^rhe^Tl * ( To shoot forth. 

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Chhatachhata ^ggg ©Q9i ; qs^i^— Restless 9r 
^>*P> struggling through extreme agony. 

qiss'q 99010, TO$ «Q8 — qaiffia, 91913191 1 

'SfcSfcQI — £)IG9. ( aiOqa)- 0— fijflQ -qsiqcQ SISGQ 

Chhatachhataka s>2f£lQl qq qi g ^9 er%©l €>$-- 

Marks of lims or rice ground with water 

put on the wall by means of a brush or 

• * festive occasions. 

Chhatapata Restlesgijess; agitation. 

SpTZT 1. Restless; perturbed. 

3?T> S^TO 2. Restless through pain. 

SQssa a*as G910 si£s ^as 1 

* I Q^Q — 3ySpeechless. 

* I Q9g98 <SI<$]S) ^QQ— 

4, Moving the body from 

* I WW-5. Restless through pain. 
9 1 S&ia— 6. Troubles. 

<iq ea*, <q gqs qq ata* — oc 1 
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Chhatapatia 1. Anxiety; trouble; restlessness, 

> I agroij apQia-aooi— 
2. Want of leisure. 

69. W — t I OWa—1. Anxious in troufile, 

^^ .JlSgQ— 2. Restless; moving" 

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* I 0991339 -3. Having no leisure. 


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Chhatapateiba To be restless; to be troubled, 

S^fiia^Q (Q«S«*l^)— 69. W— Sta% QSW (Q9«l ) 
Chhatarapatara (etc) Chhatapata etc. ( See) 

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Chhata- +%1. «l )"— 

1. Glow; rediance; light; brightness. 

2. Grace; beauty. 

.* ! glfl^— 3. Collection. 

v I eiGfijiVGQSlt — 4. Ray of light. 

* 1 QQft^j — 5, Succession. 

9 I QCf- qfl— 6. Mode from. 


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> \ ilfll— & Work requiring much labour. 
m 1 8«j 9191^1 — 3 - Feigning, 
v I e^^Jii Q%QQ1 — 4 - Trick-cunning, 
+ I OQ4B r 9J QN 6$— 5. Slant and eon- 
'^Il5lwtt fused script or character, 

ffeli ftH ^1 ^> I Sf9l — 6. Sprinkling; strewing. 
StTl 9 I 2l|Q g$& €1^H 91901 »9G€i 9^91— 

^(1 7. Act of sowing corn-seeds on a 

clayey field. 
r I 9|Q 9%Q9I — 

8. Cropping hair with scissors. 
q I €12Q -M$.Q$Q9(— 9. Pruning. ^ 

!• l'aN09l 91 GOIQGQ a©l69Q 90IQG99I- 
10. Act of throwing down with a pmsh. 
fe^M T v< t a^Gfititl— 11- Six in number. 
^1 69. -''Ita— * I QSI e^Q^lj ^I^GQ 9aaiQ 
^d 391 ■" Wtt)— l - Sprinkled; piled up. 

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sftfel 3[QI — Cropped with-scissors. 

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Chhatainki Chhatanki (See) 

8$iQ9l - 69. ^— * I .fftQiQ 5fQ^ %Q— '"' 
Chhataiba 1. The causative form of ChhStiba 
ft&ft (>See ) 

*5*wr -» i at si s^s^iq g^iQ 9Q9i— 

(&6SR9I— SJ9iQ.aj 2 To beat with a cane. 

3. To canse a person to be caned, 
i.esioa— €9. Q— 9*1 W9I; 69Q wi- 

Chhataga ja Feigning. , 

69. 9^1—69 GQ£fcQGS 91 91 Wl CQfllWj 63 Ssi 
QIGft - (person) Feigning. 

.-j9*l9lftOI— €Q. 9— ao©l 9Q9I; GQCt 91 2ISTOIQ 
. Clihatagaliba 919191 9&9I — To feign. 

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Chhatank Chhatanki See) 
.i*!®-— 69. 9- ( e. TOifiil— qoiQQ «9&fcl§ Eftflifl. 
OT.I SS #*«■? ^qri ) — t. 1 3ft 6 

99s; 991^9 gi^ ot$$i <S»9; -39 

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solii$ and liquid; J^th of a seer (roughly 

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2. A weight of one chhittak, ■ 

" I 9SI§ 51199 ai9 — 

3. A chhittack measure. 

8$19§— 69. 9—^ i «."ag) 91969 91 9»£69 «l«* 
Chhatachhati $$$"1 9| 6^9 E 9$ — 1. Sprinkling 
5*lfefaTlf& * or splashing with mud* 

StT^PT > I qcMaiQ^QI QlflGQ Alt OT9I 9^— 

2, Eeparicg of a mud wall. 
* 1 (3. 6299) QS9 3J9$»l9^af9l 9^f— 
3. Pruning. 
■ W«— 69. Q — «. I a§9l 9^- 

ChhatSna 1. Act of sprinkling or splashing. 

^ifett ^ i asi (69«) : ^ 

Ijtqsft . 2 Chhat* (See) 
e^l©©9l— 69. $. W. (a- 9019^ q»!|g)_9oiO % — 
Ciiatatkina * • 

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ChhataphaJ^a t, | ^919; $0 — 

1. Betel-nut; areca-nut. 

> I ©Iftaa (fi. SOTICiQj — 2. Palm tree. 

a^l9l@— flIGQ. (CllOgS) Q-^!?©^? 9I£— 

GhhatSbarda Wall made of a hedge of split 
bamboos or twigs filled up with mud; 

scuttle wall. 
a*IQ— ST. 9- (£ql 99 4i SSI — GQfll+8l!S!]«Qa«)— 
Chhatabha ?. | ^j&Q-L Jjightning, 

> I GQG9qQ 9tS) 91 G9IS! (8- 9OTWQ) 
2. The grace or lustre of ones appearance. 

Wlfi — 69. 3rt.— Gia 9.1£69 Sllf gGt-^Onl who 
Chhatali piles or puts mud on a wall. 

$*IG««I— 69. 9—9^1 GCtfl, Ga«' 6^«ll66i «Q9Q 
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Chhatia High (ground.) 

Chhateinki Chhatanki (See) 

g6SQ S@Q|— G9. S\— * | SIGNSrl 9$9I — 

Cbhatei heba ' 1. To make gestures. 

' i ogiQfiq 399 9lo 9SCSIQ9I— 

2.*TohaVe ones hair cropped. 
ffi I S?l fill Ml — 3. To feign. 

ea^aiR^— eSe«>. 9*. (at $$i«qi9ig=Gj,Q ^€9 ©3o 

Chharddial ©iff) — giolQ^ ai©S ; C9?<a§ gr39 q$ 

^Sft^i QjQd g)QQ ^ €&© Oiff — 

^K^folTlt Compound wall. 

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Chharda $©Qq. SOQIS)— 9 $r«HQ — 

Six in number. 

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^5 CQ, ©. ( q>. gQft. 9^1 s$)~ t | a|^ 91 g[<£j 

.Sf 2I9Q Sf)> S«f — 1. Stick; staff- 

> I q£$ S3%9Q N 9g — 

2. Long and straight shoots. 

w I 69G9Q 9»IQ9IQ 9IO — 

•** 3. The bow o£ a violin. 

9.69. <6SI9fiiq.9) 9.— aft— Hide. 

a®«i»— €9. 9- (e. §t$4 2a ^ w ®£fi© s seo*» 

Chhardakana <£$■§ G3«H<T 91ft g9J ©S> 9« 

SWft SKW) — <> | $$ ©<a »|§| 391 Q97<a§ q^ 9<3£j 

© cq 9m§q Q^eciiOQ gwi tapgi— 

1. The state of <* secret (known or con- 

• fined heretofore ro two persons 

t* reaching the ears of a third person. 

2. The devulgence of a secret. 

69. ^fl—©^ 91§ S>«i6Q 39199 919^ 

i ^i§^iq a© iqg 9sq>— 

Devulged (secret). 


fi@©!9 6^91— SQ. 5.— aa©IO C99I (CC«) , 
Chhajdakana heba Chha-akana heba (See) 

Chhardabindu Shardabiadu (See) 

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Chhaigarasa ^g|^, aq 6 5^j— $%\<§\% 9IQ €9Q| 

<§ Sa flSMQQS 91 «<IQ — 1 Tne six 

tastes, viz pungent, bitter, saline^ 

astringent; acid and sweet. 

> i g$ S9IQ «io9q %q 9i q9 (aai— «cri9 

WJ| 9%«; 9W; «l^ 6 Q^IOQ)— 

1. All the mental sentiments- 

« I fflQI 99ITO §5?lQ 91 ^e^l 

(caiateia QQ) — 
3. All and sundry human passions. 

9*.— ©t^QsiqiS fiat wraqsj— 

Consisting of the six kinds of tastei- 
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Chharjlarasa-byafljana ^9^9^^ ( G^?® ) 

Shaidarasa-byaBjana ( See ) 

eooq— au 9. ( «r- «9 S «4 )— «9j9l ( w«i ) 

Chhar^aripu Shardripu ( See ) 

a@i— c9. 9— * i il. ( g. QQsoHi—xi^iQCtfiiaq.gi- 

Chharda $<£ <$\q<%Si\ q\<q )— 210^91 ccif^ si^ 9^i 
^^Tl aiQ. Gfl^ ai« &9 ^^ Q ^i^— 

^p: 1. A young cow which has not yet toorne 

any calf; heifer, 

GffOf V9 ^Qfifill, gifts' SJ^Gfl QSCQ 89lt< QS£ — 

lr?l -^ I ( e. ca 91 §§ ai^ ) Q^ Q9g,ffl« 9S9 91- 
©SCI© PS — 2 % Sprinkled water. 
Q©aa ov«( ©qvokssi 

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* I Q9398 ffftlQ 9^91—3. Sprinkling. 

VJ£ 9119ft £91 GOQ 

v 1 99«1, aaa, tasi, g^Qq Gq,at S9IQ9E— 

4. Taking off the'rind from fruits. 

^51 ■ * I ^lGQ9?llffqr^ QIQQ SJQSIQ^SS, Q% — 

5. An anklet for the leg. 
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11^1 9 \ ^JQQj ^G^ — 6- Bista.nce\ interval. 

( aai— ©*©oi% a©a esia s®igg* q_q \ ) 
9 I §l©9! • ©MIC! ©QQ1— 7. Act of leaving. 
*51 r I QIQ '«« GCll^< qq— 
g^T 8. One string of a necklace. 
^51 G©. M-r*. I S^g— 1 ' Distanfc - 

2. Situated apart. "" , " , ' /ii - ' 

90s ^ qcrto i 

* I ©h©§© — 3. With interval between; 

separated from each other. 

v|(g, 9OT% ) SWStQ G©©l OSQ a&©H§) 

( erSi «IQ ) — 4. Discarded after use; 

cast off. 
^51 * G©. 21 — e I Q©i; 91SIO — 
^tf , ^tf^: 1. "Without, except; besides. 

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e # SHQ Sfl@Ql— 6©. £— Q9IQ-GWI ( G©<3 ) 
* Chhardai aniba Chhaidai neba ( See ) 

ft@IQ €©Oi-r €©• 5* — * 1 G^3q§ ©Q91— 

Chhardai deba J. To cure. 

3 iPfa«ittT *3i ( flai— c§Oi <©ig©©g© ggi ©Q aoiQ 

f^T^TT GQQI I ) 

J i qmiq ©qQ9i — 2. To cause to give up. 

( aai— «©I 9I9G© GO! flfl?Wi» SQIQ 6Q9-U 

,* i erft^e^ai 9t aa%w» S9iq©i— 

* 3. To remove the rind or bark- 

' ( SteH— EtIQ<Sl 0««S SGHQ C©6© GQ3 QQQ 1 ) 
v | QQ©tfiC Q€JQ 91 q#© ©QQ 6Q9I— 
4, To Separate, 
( aai— G9'§69* 919 aqaq G9fi^G$, wfiQIQ 

S^a i ) 


5. To transfer or sell a thin** 

o 

( saai — aioop dig 291Q g gqg^ atfq G91Q 

a© 1) 

6. To dismiss a servant. 

( m\ - W3 ^GO ^©Cl &GMQ GQGSl I ) 

9 1 Wq «g QQQI; fiJQ^g QQQ| — 

7. To set free; to release. 

( gai— §9 ©15 $>qs£_ aiSte'ft 991Q qs i ) 

r i qq<^ 9Q ©Q^| — 8." To forget. 

• -assess cq-esw^aiQ 

9, To consecrate or sprinkle -. water on an- 

offerings 

( aai—q^^ flQ <.^% cai^i a^ aigt 291Q 

GQQ3KI - ! ) 

t° I GQ9GQ G9/»I.G9iQ?(9i QQQ, <$$<%, Qcf 

10. To clear off sandal paste, turmeric 

paste or paint from the body* 

11. To scatter broad cast 
SgttQ G^QI— GQ. J?— V t QOQTO G©fa3 WgOiq^ 

G©?«9aQief% si^Q qqqi 

9rWQQQI- ©|S G«>9I — 
1 . To snatch away; to take 
away. 

2. To free a thing from ^ncorobrance 

" or pledge. 

* I G©T^ 9>§^L ^«© 91 «t996[ qjgi. ©«5JQ 

gcfG© eflS9t— B. To bring back>a person 

after causing hint-to give up service or 

,>:-;" to be liberated. 

i©iQ©i— 69. 9 . ( Q©&?4$ei$3?9 %a ; ^, gaq^ 

ChhaglaibS §^->-^ I ©HiQ ©^Ql 9ia ©Q9ti 

^l^H 9HtfT©^!Q9J— V To cause to give up. 


Chhardai neba 


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5 I P9S%2I£}Q 91 <§Q QQ9I; gl91$9 QQ9I- 
2- To remove; to cause removal. 
(269&9I — TOi^a) « | 9Q9S>9 9I§ 6991; 9ft- 
CTO 99fl 9Q9I 3. To snatch away; 
to take away by force. 

( aei— 9 9 g%GfliC9, *9i «§9 a^iQ 69% 

v I TO^G^Ql 9iQIQ 90. GftQ; 91 V19 9Q9I- 
4. To peel off the skin or rind from a fruit. 

* i <%% 9€*9l— 
5*. To set free; to liberated. ■ 

( aai— w^oia aQiQQ2i i ) 

9 I qei9 QQ9I— 6* To separate. 

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QI9GQ SI e^QI^L QW S9IQ91 99§ — 
7* To sprinkle water in a circle round any 
t thing dedicated or offered to a Deity. 

( 301 -e©9 6969Qm$ 3i8 fiOiQ G9Q I ) 
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8. To shell away; to part with. 

(■aai— <i 99<a ai»§j§ 9§ .69iQ99i% <f 

«9I069 ^91 y Iff 99 S9IQ QIQ^ 9lg* I ) 
e I 9$9^ qq»IQ9l — 
9 To free a thing from encumbrance, 
( aai— < 9« CfllQ 9I9GQ SSI G9CQ 9$l a^- 
^91 «MTN©9 Q9IQ9 I ) 

1° I 99fl9i; ©2991—10. To surpass. 
9 * eotot sit? ^9»q^ aolsw'teci eaig^a9iQ9 i 

f* Oft. C91t9$|$qQC3 I 

tA I ©919>l S&9I99I — 11- To skin; to flay. 

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91 flQQ|<^$OIQ €99t M 9l§9l— 


12. To scrape off or clear away a layer of 
ointment or paint or dirt from the body 

of some thing, 
y* I Qia 9S191 — 13. To destroy. , 

V* 1 fl©^geQ9 SB9 <£9 G991Q Q9|^ 9Q9I — 
14; To remove (doubt) from one's mind. 

«$'©[ S9I& Gfll §Q^ 9Gfi>9Sli SS^9' fl^lQQ^- ^ff I 
1* 1-GQtaQ 9^^ 9^0^ 91 ^39% ^5 9Q9l~ 
15. To liberate or extricate a person from* 
confinement. or danger. 
( 3211— $fa69 %^\ «19© 99 91$ G£>R 9§€[ 
aQitQ^l » ) 

K9 I OOl€iq SJ19GQ S19** 9«f§ fllSeialo SBQ 
S§)9iQ ^aiq9Q9I-l7. To cause flsh- 
fries to be set free in a pond. 
( Ml— £ -0 Q93 g|c 915 9($9 gjisc'g s«3 
MA 9l€j> GQ1«<3C9 291IQS I ) 

15> I ©CI 91 ©1919 «B9% Q$\ aS Ci9Q^ 
OftlQ9l— 17. To move a boat from the 

shore. 
( Ml— 9l$eWG9 99G9IR Q9IQ 9©Q 9^GQ 
9crt%a9IQGfii I ) 
\r 1 ( ^g^ief ) ( gfftf eu9 ) ^tlQ9l > ©e-QQ% 
( 9|£J^ eJQ ) QS Q ©Qvi — 

18. ( figurative ) Cut or any connection or 
responsibility from one's self. . 

( S32JI — G€l qn SJ3G9 3$ §19 G9G) «|£|«|| 9^. 
3$ §Q S9IQ 9§© I ) 

t« I (QSflra ) SJG989 9G>5P *9l 9991?! C| 
QQI flflrtlflQ 91 3369199 9Q9I — 

19. ( figurative ) .To free or exonerate one's 
self from any stain or blame. - 

(Ml— Q|Q 9I3G9 GSSJ) 9ftQ Qfq3 «ai9 ( 
99IQ9I9^531<1 99^ G9G9 ( ) 

[g— 89WI ^19 sgai§9i %a gsef aSgii, 

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S@IQ G@9I— G9. $ . (fi99l #£jlQ 9^919=1 %a)— 
Chhax^ai heba t. 1 q^qoia qa^ G99I — 

1. To be separated from others. 

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• 2. To clear off paste etc smeared on ones 

own body. 

• i s^ai n§ ffft n§§ qa$$© GW — 

• 3. To be capable of being pulled off. 

(%m— Ml TO©1 29IQ G9Q ft If? I 6Q9GQ <?M 

4® q 991 6si< m\oi G9<a aia* i) 
;©©t^«a — sito. (cwsigs) q. (<9i s^ <ag oicr ^iq^cq 

CbhardangiS $£IQ)— GQIGQQ — A ladder-like 

stretcher for carrying a dead body to 

the cremation ground- 

8©l S9I— TO. M-— ( 9$9Q9 )— QS^Oi^ qs&$t& 
Chhar^fc chharda G9IQ S^l© -^Separated apart 
^®t ^t from, each other. 

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Chharjiacbhaicli 1. Separated 

aoaiig §19GQ Q9ei© 'GsteS Qfi) — 

2, Indiscriminately distributed or strewn. 

<saeii— to gqi«>ggi 'weaiiiQ 39189 ^3*3 • ) 

*> t qqsqoi^ 6©ta§ 9§. SQiQ goq^i 

■ (<^Q 9ifi) — *• ( two Persons) Mutually 

snatching away a thing. 

, 4. Dragging each other; scuffling. 

♦ I awoi^^eti sq39i (TO Q%9$l $Hi 

SI'S* 3QS& GQQSpl $Q 9l«6©l£aG> 9«<§- 

' ' v -5. (two person) Separated from each 

"other while engaged in a quarrel or 

**■■;>. scuffle, 

• 

gq£i-i(Efa sJQ)— -6. if raits) Keady for 
:; " use after removal of the rind. 

€ . ? , 9 -ii* i reiaa-- ,-9g$ ©*6i9g £§ a^iQ 

G99f— 1. Forcible snatching away of 

a thing. 


m era qq cwij qas TO9i ; wto— 

2. Separation . 

* 1 6Qfa8 9gQ BOdlig Q9QQ QfliQ 91 981 
TO9I$ 9Q%$ — 3. Indiscriminate distri- 
bution or strewing of any thing in 
large qiiantities. 
v | aQ8QOiG^TO?«9 ^g S9iQ GQ^»I Ql-Q <$Q. 

Qm^Q'GO^L"" 4 * Tiie state of tw0 
persons trying to snatch away a thing 

from each other- 

5. Bragging each other; scuffling. 
9 I TO Q%g9l 91 fll© flq^Q 695?19I ^Q 9* 
9€9liW 91§fe qa© QW—6. Separa- 
ting two persons from a scuffling. 

gicwq fl«i £9180 «G« I 

s> i a^ ETQiQ^Gqai SQiQ g^gq^h 91 eitQi 

6)QG^ gg© ^Q9I — 

7. Peeling off a fruit 

8018© 9QQ1— €Q. 5*.—! I €<Sfa3 Qm^OI^ G^9 
Chhardachhardi kariba QQia iQ £$ 9QSTO 

—A- 1-*- *v 

ii^wft^i goq% go%i wi- 1 - To tr y t0 

fa ^Ttf^ R ^^T snatch away a thing from a 

person, 

PQ^I — 2. To separate two persons 

scuffling or quarrelling with each other. 

8@i8©G§<5il-GQ. 9 -M QQSQGG1 6©faS W^ 

Chharda chhardi beba qi© GffQI — 1. Tomutu- 

#*n#5ft ^T- ally snatch away a thing. from each 

other. 
} 1 EMQOI^.qaS GWI— 2- To be separated 

from each other • 

3. i a food') To be indis^riminatly 

distributed, 

fi®lfil—TO. 9-— W. €S^; Gfi<?^)— 1 * %®% WQ 
Chhardana CQ91— 1. Forsaking; the act of 

^3 ^ I SJ'niQj 9i$ai© — 2. Interral. 


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• 

an 1 Q£gQ — 3. Separation. 

v I 219*19; ETQCS9 — 4. Leisure; respect. 

* I %%~~ ~&* Belief; release, 

e9(9§q— G9. ©— aqa9q (gq<s) 

Chhardapahanra ChharapahanrS (See) 

89I€K»— G9..Q. ( e. OT + M ) -G999I 91 SICSiffQ 

Chhardaphula 1 9i99lQ 3GQ GS^ ep ««% 9©*- 

3IQai<ij QqS SfSj^Flower taken off 

the body after use or enjoyment; dis- 
. carded; cast off. 

q<? gftQ G9# qo, gf>q gss^ S9I ctq i 

■ [ Q — «ea$ ae f GQ 991 cw, SQiatQ cwirc 
«tei $<i I ] 

9©i@i|£— gicQ. (cfl^ww) $>• (sl»- 9. 9919* i§>)— 

Cbhardahandi g$9s> g^te^ acialGQ $t9| aicf 
«ifMl9Si9ai h\S 6a^ 9i$&9 aio— 

The pot in which cowdung dessolved 
in water is kept for sprinkling over the 

courtyard. 

e©— w.-o. (er«Q;<aQa)— m gq^fiw,g$— 

Chhar^i 1. Long and slender stick; rod. 

s#t j 1 9I9G9 aq G99I s%9[?> — 

^f> 2. Walking stick. 

• I G9G9Q 9&IQ91 910— 

3. The bow of a violin 

4. A thick ornamented stick borne as an 
insignia with kings and big people in 

processions. 

* 1 4$erciQGQ <ar?9i &i$3 a% — 

5. Metal iod or railing, 

^§1—6. A flag presented by 

Mahomedans to be flown over the shrine 

of a saint. 

9 i (^qsis q<an ©iaias?G9 3a 9iac$ §qiq 
©qaiQq9! $3, & g^ Q^etg— 
7. (tailors' phraseology) A long and strip 
*>f clath sewir to a coat in an erect 

positivn. 


5aai< oiqi at G9iQisaio i ] 

7, Ado; splendour; display. 
Chbardidar aiq)-^-t I qoi 6 G9Q SJ!§Q Q^^CQ 

?fwl^^ G9iqat.9tQro fl9i 69TOITO 8ai<a ^i' 
®^i?: aiCQ, G^pyig qiqq, ^gi9Q9iG)-~ 

1. A peon carrying a thick stick (insignia)-- 
with ; a Eaja or a big person in a 

processing 

SgjOIGQ Gi3 ^ffl §QI 99 ^ 

SOt G91Q SS5J »l@ aio G9IQ 1 W°9- 99IQ30 a«<' 

2. Door keeper; porter. 

GQ. ^— <■ I G3 SflQHQ QGQ; ao^QS^ 
(Gaidlfflffl ft©)— 1- Fond of display. 

* I ag GQ 99qS eii<— 

2. Furnished with metal rods. 

( aai— 9§qiq k «i«gi I ) 
9©©i— gr. - w. v 6 ^1— 1 1 a99i (cq«i) 

Chhardinda 1. Sardaka (See) 

CTI^t; ffert»I 9 I GOaSa; SfiW; G9efl^ QQ% — 
2. Stout and strong; tall, 

(aeil — G«l 0l39IQefl G9QI ^QQ I ) 

Chhardibardar SQ^IQ ^ (€Q«) 

^v?l^^ Chhardidar 1 (See,) 

9<S1— giGQ- (gHQg.9) 9— Sff (G9«) 

Chhan Chhan (See) 

9«— GQ. 9. .(3. «% GdS— ^ I aiQaQQqSi9J«l^9l-- 

Chhana 1. Straw (of paddy plants). 

W [ ^— fc qg«ftlQWSfll» «*»€€> ^^»S%9IG , 3IR 

s^: of q^aio gi©G^9i qgq qsq gqq* si°a «G9 

919% 'fi^ 99§ I <9\ 09101^1 Q«l I y|ff«lS9 
SIQ 9? I G9IQ G9SJfll0^q2l9 9SH QGQ GSQ «•&- 
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aaGQ 9« ) 9§9 G9IQSK1 I G9fiTfti &9 a«^ 99811.. 

G9IQ99I 2«a^ aifi 9i %*i ^9iai<i i ] 
> I 6931— 2. Thatching reed. 


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*fi| 3.. Flax- (a fibrous plant 1 . 

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Chhana-khai 391 q^ 2ISQIQ q§9( ©ge$ 92A 

.9IQg9r Sj^ Qtl— A long plate 

attached to the . lower end of the 

thatched frame-work of a house to 

keep the straw in position. 

Mq&— gq. ©— acq©© <S$q G9iQa9i sois as? %<% 

Chhana-gunda «§ — Small pieces of straw which 
(Q3q§ — SIQi^Ert drop from the main body of 
straw while being handled. 

Mas— €9, 9- («.' a<a 6 a| ; ais s^gw a^a art— 

Chhanapata ©§9^ gWl^.^^g^^Flax; the 
2J9i ST. 919 — S3 3 Stf- Sunhemp; Crotolaria Juncea^ 
#U1, Q<% 93P, SJ99IQ, hemp; Cannabis ( Haines )• 


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Ml— 6*5>. S — V* 1 a?,9l — 1. Passing through a sieve- 
Chhana sifting; straining, 

WW j I Gasj s^wi ©ffi'jiq q,9i ao s$i ai«— 

55TT ' 2; Straining pot or cloth. 

-*-- • ( saeii— ^as^i, QSrasii i ) 

4 t -* I 9lSQ GS3— 3. Throw of a net. 

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QWfiQQIGiSfiteiQ €1991 91 09 a°afl|ff 

9I9IQ 9QafQ?l9t^l* Strained, passed 

through a siev6; sifted; filtered. 

9 I $?!«$ m% q'^2 v Cleafifed (liquid >. - 


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Causative form of Chhaniblu 


* i €a$" qq wief (jasi— q© ) aiS wei— ese) 

9&q 8^1 G^IQa^l -3. ( any solid e. g. 
rice ) Got after straining the liquid ( e. 
g. rice-gruel ) in which it was 

• immersed or mixed. 

Chhanaiba 

( 96«3QQi— 21^1^,0 ) 

Ml 6QQI— flIQQ. ( 9lGQ^ ) £ —#« G991 f Wfil ) 
Chhana deba Khia deba ( See) 

Ml a9fiS— GQ- s>- e?^ <S ^9^S 9^ aiQ. — Pur ^ 
Chhana pitala . and shining brass (metal \ 

Chhana sndha Pure nectar; filtered nectar. 

s@— C9. ^. ( sr. a^i }-— a^ia^GQ ©So™ • 

Chhani - * Hempen. 

1. A straining pot; strainer, 

2, Hempen rope or twist, 

* 1 a«8S %^6Q ^i G9tQ?{9l ^qri Sl§9^ 
aft 91 G^I9i 91 ^S — 3. A net purse or 
bag made of San-hemp. 

« ! S«ia^ — 4. San-hemp, 

«19i flQQ ©191 9®Q fl" «q l <5gtf 9. S9igQa, «|§ | 

89qi— gi€9, «^i, (919)— S)4q 6 «?H^qS — 
Chhanida Fearless and pompous. 

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*9§[<a csa qi$ G9§ aq,QGfii qi@ i ) 
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Chhani neba - To snateh awajs 

$8q>i— giW: ( g 9fp )— SQiQ G99i— 
Clthaniba ' To snatch away. 

Chhaata GS^S*— ;Cutting; clipping. 


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Chhantaiba Causative form of Chhantiba. 

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(8G«SQI— «Gi%13)' 

saisS— gq. ©— ^ i 35s ^>i«5 ©§?pi- «4— 

* Chhanta-cbhan(i 1. Act of cropping the hair, 
^T^ # 2. Pruning. 

Chhanda <. I 6SIQ1—-1- Chap. 

(Sgl-^1) > I W; G^Q— 2. Servant, 
8^1—9169. (9 9<|S) 9. $1 ( SL». ^- ??1)~ 
Chhandl 9© QQmI; flig^l 9i»«l — 

A grown up girl or bride, 

8Q— gi©5>. (eol) q— ©^iQgeQaQ bo^gc^ s\(gq«) 

Chhat A festival in Behar; Chhat (See) 

8©— €9. 9. ( e. 8©, ^ $§>; 91- $§> )— 
Chhata eQIOi^eQQ efl^Q^I — 

grfsf t Roof of a building, 

3H 81. 9. (gi6i© fl^i) 9 — fl© —Wound. 

aGS9 Oq.9 SQ, SW$ SO SIQ 

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Chhataurl 8atabari ( See ) 

Chhatara \ I 3$?§>; Gfl^OlGQ 39 1 Q© g$© 

^i t j< 1. A place where boiled rice is freely 

distributed to beggars ( without 
distinction ); a public kitchen. 
> i £W-§ — 2. A place where water is dis- 
tributed free to thirsty travellers. 
£1. («i) Q- ( 3. 29 )— 801-*- Umbrella. 

8©Q€1i$-~G9. 9. 53. (S. 89 + fllW ) ( SIWlOTfiK^ 

Chhatara-khai Q|©)-^ 1 9Q GWI© qa»WlQ«1 G9«il> 

(8©Gi^?fl— ^L ) «I9«(1 — 1. A low class prosti- 

<rt^ft * * u * ;e ^ a whore. 

^nspTt 5 1 ©^OQpl ill — 2. A fallen woman; 

a profligate woman. 


3. A wandering beggar-woman. 

8©Q8a— 05. M. 9.°. ( ^. W + «WQ )— 

Chhatara-khia v | CS3 SIWG© Q^l qi©*«l<l-— 
(S©GieilQ— qj) 1. Taking food cooked in a 
*a*i^i public kitchen. 

> 1 ai9iQ et©9iQ^i oig* — 

2. Observing no caste-distinction. 

m I Q1WQ — **• Wandering; vagabond. 

G9. 9—^ 1 6fiaiGG) Q-aqr (««~^ gisi) ^asQ 

8«|CH» 3flI©Q% G9lQ?(Gfii — 

1. Those who lost their caste by eating 

rice in the public kitchens opened by 

the Government -during the great 

famine of 1866 A. D. in Orissa. 

«I?I1© QQ$ Q QQQI% aa««ll QIQ^^Q ft QQ 
fiQGi^ ^GSf a©Q«iQfllGft W? Q9I9 QGQ 6 

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8^1 ^Q%GS QQ©^ G9Q^Q§ I J \/ 

^ I OSlQfGQ SOQGQ Wft fillCigQJ Q^g^tQSJQ 
^€taQ — 2. The discenfiants of the 
persons who were excluded xrom the 
Hindu society for having taken cooked 
rice in public Government r kitchens 
during the great famine of Orissa (1866). 

* 1 qiq$gU} aiw ©i^a© ^s fti^ 6 est 
Gsa^O!6Gl Q8I woi« eii<— 

3. A homeless vagrant observing no caste- 
distinction, taking food everywhere and 

belonging to no caste or societyt 
v I fllSqsfl 9i§— 4- A wandering beggar. 

•0Q&— 81. 9— 90G& (€^«) 
Chhatarangi Sataranji (See) 


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1 AnnihilatioD; ruin. 
. O I &9Q6F-— 2. Being scattered on all sides. 
fRs^S 69. 93— i I Q©g©8 9%; gfiCft) — 
fwHRldi !• Scattered on all sides. 


aOQafiJO J *■ 2. Kuined;laic 


£©G)$€§£i j """ "^ 2. Kuined;laid waste. 

m I ©§9©$ — 3. Reduced to powder-, reduced 

to small pieces. 

* i ai9i 9$ €*©% Q9 $qaq 69iQ «g eig 

C$t& ^1 v €S»iQiat^ — 4i- Strewn in frag- 
ments or many pieces^ having ^ lattea 
from a great height. 

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&Q© 69lQSl^l ) 

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Chhatara deba oi|G9l$ 6WI 9916$ 2I9S§) g!0«> 

^<l>lft 9^91 — To open a public kitchen 

for distribution of boiled rice gratis to 

m famine-stricken people, 

89Q 93 1 ( 63^99 1 —69. « .— a©Q G99! (6Q«0 
Chhatara basa(se)iba Chhatara deba (See) 

=8©Q6Q Qfl9l— 69* §.— ^ I Q999MC9 919 91 

Cbhatarare pasiba 3911999© © 9l|© 3W6Q $9 

GI1Q9I — 1. To eat cooked rice in a 

public kitchen by disregarding social 

• restrictions. 

* ) I 3S1S1£>GQ Q®i GQIQ^H §!© CHQ91 ^SL% 

©I© 9^1991*- 2' To lose one's caste* or 

to be excluded from the pale of one's 

— " society by taking rice from a public 

kitchen, 

*> i ( qQ$e a© 9i©96«ra.) eie 9$R9i; 

TOIQ«*'qpQTOWi|(aiCJ9l— 3. (a termo£ 
abuse to males) To lose one's caste; to 
take food cooked by people of low- 
caste. 
* 1 (tftaf S9 «1©96a«)— %Q^ 9I9SQ 9I£> 

si© 69€hi$$ ©99i; 99919^991— 


4. (a term of abuse to females) To go out 

of one's family and take to prostitution- 

»©<3— 69. M. q!.— t I ($. SIS))— S9990; ^69 <6«3 

Chhatara 6©€3 SJfijaKlj 9I9?Q— 

C^*^5l • 1. Vagrant. 

(89*30—9]) 2. Cheat. 

«©3Gf* ") _q .*" ' SQfc 9q&2flj OTO^l; Gss>gn- 
8*>^j9 J * 3. Wicked; wanton; dessolute, 

* I (9|9«M> 31919 9Q 91 919 98 Olg— 

4. (a term of abuse) Belonging to no 
society; homeless. 

* I (S. Q$©j e. S9- 31- 8^) <W **S9 9|© 
r^\.^v.6W^%«>^5J— 4. Spreading; extend- 
ing on all sides. 

(sai— a©q99 l) 
89QQ9I — €9.. 8.— 2©6$99l (€931) 

Cbbataraiba Chhatareiba (See) 

8$q§_69. 9. — 1 1 aoqtfia* — 

Chhatarangi 1* The state of a vagrant. . 

Clfcptft > I QQl3— 2. Wantonness, 
foakw * I 6S6©9lsF — 3. Wickedness. 

(soq9— «9i%a) 

fi©QeO— 69. 9.— 99999B8Q9 <19 fl9l9 a*JQ$9-9S% 

Chhataria ag)— The thrush; Turdus 

^f^H, %l^stW Mustelinus. 

SQGQQ^i— G9. a — 1 J (e^ap'Q Qlflai^ 'fipiqe©) 

Chhatareiba g. 89IQI9) — ^ I (89^9) S9I9IQGQ 

*e1V84M,CtWM Q%© G99I — 1. ^ intransitive) To 

I^tKTMT spread out like an umbrella. 

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5 I ( tf. figOQtf); £H- §^9«?l ) (WflQ) — 

G^lftlQ 6991; Q$© 9091 — 

. . 2. (transitive) To spread out. 

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09 I ) ■: 

* I (aocb) ^919 a«l9 gl9 «»I9 9991 91 

Q*^gQ ( — j. (intransitive) To occupy or 
spread over a. wide and circular place. 

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£©69Q8M 


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^TcTT, ^rlf CaiQQIQ SSfl|9Q<a 9g; €5©9S>— 

1. Umbrella. 
5 I &SI9I9 «9Gtfl — 2. Paa-achutte. 

* I 9519199 SUtSliG© ©S> ©99 ^§19 Q9G9 

GQlOOLSOWfO^ 9pl— , 
3. A : ;big cloth-umbrella installed on a 
: .,-- ; ^central rod over the seat of a wandering 
• ancharite. 

gCTGQ «§91G9G«) Wflq. 6991 ©SGQ 
G9IQ9I 91Q€W a©l— 4. An umbrella 
with a palm-leaf covering installed on 
a central rod to give shelter to buffalo- 
herds or swine*herds -while accompany- 
ing' their herds 

* l g'osoi, qgiTfe * 9i aq« eigoiQtfio a©; 

g©^5r*** , -S'. t An insignia of royalty, repre- 
sented by an umbrella- held over the 
head of a Raja or a Deity. 

69. §<a— a«l a$ 9%®; $\#fiy$Q 9% 6 aci 6S£i 
• 9SQ3J91 («&)— Spreading like an umbrella 

( said of trees ). 
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^Wa <Ftfe C$l9$OlOI — Tiie * r0n rods u sed 

' ^ ' tdW>kftfe *n to sustain, the framework of an 
iaotftlS— a©n%0). . . umbrella, 

soi^ifiioi— €9.-' ■'$*-«q 69iQ$<& aoiq^ooiqef 

Chhata kholibS G9$l 9^91 — To -open up or 
■ ^twlSfTl spread .oat an umbrella for 

sSim^rt^T . use; .to unfurl a folded 

o -.-<fi9l*tiei- t aC w< a umbrella. 

(801.9001— oaq© ) 


801 eSffOI" €0. 0. ( W>9 as? ) — 99Si QO 91919% 
Chhata jotS 39IG9G9 9H99IQ 9^91 ^Ql 8918: — 

stet^psl • ( 9^ 6 caiQ^L QSI 0901010" ) ap 

^l^tSrTT 6 01^91 — Umbrella and sht>es 

^ necessary for a man going outside ). 
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801 6$9i(60)Q91— G9. $*— 80 G^9iQ9f ( 69<3! ) 
Chhata teka(e ; ib& Chhati tekaiba ( See ) 

801 C$001 — 69. §* — SflaeiiQ 91 Mm 9h§Q flfj. 
Chhata tekiba ^ae9 £91^6391 9Q aQ9l— 

^5l*t?[1 To hold an umbrella over one's 

3TrTTrfT*RT head or over the head of another. 

991 ^91. f ^ 

801 ©1&91— GO. ?— (6flC) (Q^'J,^ G0Q9Q 891 
Chhata dhankiba QiSqi aq) Q^»9QG9 G<3tf9l — 
^SftftTt tthe cloud) To spread above on all sides^ 
^Trf|<i*«Tl to overspread (like an umbrella). 

( aai— as> 39t§ e««a soi ©iS© i ) 
eoi© -go. 9. ( e. 99 )— aw q%<a ( G9® ) 

Chhatani Chhatani purusha (^ee ) 

8019 €101©— GO. 9- ( 00&O ^Q^ ^9©0 ) — 
Chhatani patani ^919 q.Q^ ( CO« ) 

Chhatani purusha ( See-) 

( fiiai— g^-g^io aoi© a©i© ^g^iq csii^ki ) 
80i© qgs— go. ^* ( ^- ^s+a^ )— e^la9 0^5 «i- 

Chhatani purush 999 <30I9$G5> 9 q%^ 91 9«^9- 
Tt^j^ Seven generations fn the family 

of" a" person. 

( aai— €a g^igo 89i© g%<a qg«iu eai^% 

■ -'9-. 63 Wfliq W 4^'SLGO QMG11Q OGGfl ) 
'801 901Q9I — GO. §— (fl99 «H^, ^£5€sfl 6 Q€OTqiCO 
Chhata pakaiba ga^ QI9CQ 08 ^9^ ^9^19 
^W^tt^l ■ 951G9' G^ filOGQ saa^llQ €1^9^ 

* 3 T d T Wf *t 4jqo^i% 991 osQiaiq* ) a9io 

80r'a€dQOI| GO^%^G9 9l9G«19Ga!99l — 

391 Gai901 > «IO«iq.Q To install an umbrella by 

■ ".801 9|Q9( J planting the central rod on 

the ground for passing some time 

under it ( said of wandering anchorites,. 


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buffalo-herds or swine herds ) who pass 
days and night in the open ). 
8G>I QQ— 69. a. ( 3- a§>l9t£H-Q$ )— 

Chhata bara ££1Q* 99GQ3 «l«ll 801 QQ 9§<3>© 
^t^t^fte Q<£© GaiQflK — A spreading banyan 
53WTC ^ ■ tree - 

ao»5©oi— €9. §.— e^iQ e9iQq9i ao^w «wi- 

Chhata bu]iba To shut up or close an umbrella 
m$\ ^f^Tt • when no longer in use, 

801 qsoi j * 

(aoi G$Hst©i— sa^ao) 
a9ieQ*^w. ©. (^ap+^^r^i^ew oq *»Q9i 

Chhatabe^a aiO" Q^O S2dg[ Q§ ^ A© central 
StSFft C^> r °d wtosh supports an umbrella; the 
^ r d l^T 5^T handle of an umbrella, 

Chhata manba 1- Chhata pakaiba (See) 

. > I 801 $©91 (€Q«) 

2. Chhata bujiba (See) 
831 GafiaQQI — G^- S—K I 80! 39 «CI £itf Q COTI> 
Chhat^melaiba gpiQlQ GWi; as>SQQ^i — 

1. To spread out like an umbrella.- 
(gai— 0008*1- GO SOI C3QQ Q©§ l) 

8©l GSGRQ91 J ^2 Chhata kholiba 

* (See) 

«©i omwh— w. a — aoi gsqqoi (ct«) 

Chhata meliba Chhata melaiba (See) 

(aeii— QQaasi aoi east 99 e 1) 

a©l«>2Q— W. W. <«• 8$lOiQ) — 801 0$ 0$0; s»lJJQ — 
Chhatalia * Spreading. 

*gf^rct g ast, www: 

.•Cthati 1. Umbrella. 

fife ^ 1 ?i9Q» -sa^oi, 3©i «W qg Q0SQ a^99i 

S5T^ ©9f a§ — 2rA big umbrella held over the 
head of 'deities, kings and mahantas. 

* 1 (q.a$ ai§) «wfij ai£K 01 QetQ «8W©» 

3. The pood ©r cover of a palki or 


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apiQIQ agqo 91 G §—4. The spreading 
top(e. g. of a nail.) 

* 1 Qsra o^qioiq ®m® 9i ^ai§— 

5 The rotund top of the penis; nut. 

gi69-. («wq) 9. (*. asiQi $a. e- ao<sj)™ 

aQ — Mushroom , 
Chhati (etc) Chhata etc (See) 

a®wt— €<?. ^>. c?. ^q^1 ai. a^oaD— a©wi (e9«) 

Chhati ana Chhachina (See) 

(aa«w-r««h%a) 

Chhatia . a^ld" (QgnTQ) QQSQ 9IQ9QI £J»I S^ f 
^f®l 9QQ — 1- Mould; smut; mildew; rust. 

W*,<1 , if« ^ I eaiflO;" QQQ — 2. The dirt or foul 

matter appearing on the tonguer (of &. 

sick, famishing or a sleeping person). 

* 1 <>fl}Cto — 3. Foul coating on the teeth; 

tartar of^the teeth. 

v 1 qai «6«f ei^diGQ a© ^q £tei gqo— • 

4 A carrier of umbrella in the retinue 

of a king or idol. 

€9. «. («w)— 99«s ^^isq ^aaig e^9^ 61'^ 

@©I€Q ^91 Gcilt<l ^:fl — A village in the 

estate of Darpan (in Orissas. 

[©j— <ieoisa e«i.94 s© ^Q^ft 9^os aae^ 

©eiQia €190 QQ6Q ^QgQ l] 

CQ. W.— ^ 1 Q Q; swaqg - 

1. Sordid; furred (e.g. tongue)^ 
9Q§ Q«39l— 2. Soiled; rusteoS 




«q «. eiflq; er^ wq saiQ^Qi — 


3. Mildewed. 

a©ffl 8©iQ<s>i— ai. «• — ^ 1 ©^ «a%aMia qqoi — 

Chhatia chha^Siba • 1. To scrapfroff the sordes 

of the tongue* 


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GWi (adi© ©oiq 0191 Q ©QQ s«§£mQ 

QgQQl) — 2. (figurative) To give dainty 

things to a poor or famished person to 

eat (thus enabling him to have „his 

tongue cleansed of its fur by the 

(a©e« 3GQWI— ac>i%a) process of eating.) 

seal 9991— gi. «.— ^ i «o 9i§Sf aw© ewi— 

Chhatia chhardiba" 1 'Cleansing of the sordes or 
^5t ?fo5l rus t from a thing. 

J I (fi*SMlia)" %«I9m ClfGWIfiq 9 9*$ $RQ 
3qq g§QQ| — 2. ( figurative > The dis- 
appearance of the sords of the tongue or 
the disappearance of the loathing 
for food; by the eating of dainty things. 

Chhatia dhariba Er$q_§' WN; 5l©qg GWI— 
5fc5l ifirl To bocome rusted, mildewed or sordid. 

(2©a fliQ^i— TOi%a) • " 

e©2D»l— W- V, (S- 99a|I) — 3©QI (G9«l) 
Chhatiana Ghhachina (See) 

s©Q<ai— to. §— ca$* qwmq <$ 2919© e9ioai<i-- 

Chhati-kanta Bolt; a nail having a flat head. 

Chhati kahali 39I g^4|Q9 $_Qf Qg 3QI 6 %^ — 

Umbrella and trumpet ( two things 

accompanying a king and taken as 

^ insignia of royalty ). 

3© 6S»iQ®i— e9. §— «. 1 w ejaeQ «fti 9«i§ a© 

Chhati tekaiba aQQIG} ^QiQ WQQI — 1- To have an 

umbrella held over one's own bead by 

(2© GfcGWCWl— acnqfl) another. 

> I (ftQtflld") 6g<| G9IQ aClQg© GWI— 

2. (figurative) To -be reckoned as the best. 

3© G*«>G>I— 69. ■$— ^ I q©|, CWOI ©I Q^GWS 

Chhati tekiba qg 6$u6€iSQ G99IW Si) y€J9!— 

1. To hold up an umbrella over the head 

bf a Ifaja, Deity or ric'h man. 

• '■' ■' j 1 ('Mflief ) Q©qtGa<| GQI6* 0Q©© QqQ9i- 


2. ( figurative ) To make oneself known 

as the best- 

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8@9I§ 9«W— 69. ?>— WIS g© Qfi; Casf 94IQ qjl 
Chhatidar kanta qoq S^i^IQ — 

A nail having a spreading top. 

8©Q®— C9, ea. ( giolo) — «. I ©TOQ; wq- 
Chhatibiti 1. Shattered; ruined. 

9 \ QOgQS S>£g ; O^Q°€1GQ G3QIQ G9lQ^QI- 
2. Scattered all round; routed. 

9€)Q — 3IG9- ( SHW9S ) Q- ( e. 29 )— G^ 1 ^ G» ^91 ^© 
Ohhatiri GQ^ Q*S)f;^l^ — A small umbrella 

(99Q— ^QhQG) without a holder. 

Chhatisa ga 9.WI; "^ — The number 36. 

WftH GO. ©til — l I *$> e«N9— 

^^kT 1- Numbering thirty six. 

> i *^Q aQ^l— 2 4 Thirtysixth. 

S@€19@J — 69- 9. ( Wifl )— Stei§69€ll$4Q €lQi©|0g«9 & 
Chhatisa-garda QQ\%< 9QjGt — Name of the agency 
(QQffa9 — SJWS^EI) tracts and of a division in 

the Central Province. 

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Chhatisa-gardi q\ QIGQ4I© 9 go ^a— A dialect of 
^fsp^it Hindi current in Chhatisagarda 

^Jrfrsjq^l' area of the Central Province- 

1. Pertaining to Chhtisagarda. 
2- Produced in Chhatisaga^a. 

3, Spoken in the Chhatisagaida area. 

Chhatisa gaidia ( person ) Belonging to 

(QQ& ci^fl — TOi^q) ■ Chhatisagarcla. 

.fi©€) Ql-fe© — G9. ©-§9, ZQQIQQ- <MQQ. 891 SQSIS 
Chhatisa pataka %%w ff|© — The thirty six sub- 
;^*1H sectins amongst the Sudras 

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-seal— w. M- ( $»• *• W>«=^ )— 
Chhatisa * 1 ©isg>; a$©§99; OaS©^-- 
-^Pl 1* Illegitimate-, bastard; of unkown parent- 
age; one whoSa father can not Be 
fixed upon; born of a whore. 

2. Wicked; wanton. 

* 1 o^ft ^■aostf— 

3. Cunning; artful. 

* 1 s©ei toii 9i aQflia^iq aq9o — 

\ Measured by a standard of 36. 


Chhatisa nipga e990|fll«i»W ^ GflfllQ S^ 6 §l§«l 
g^QQ — Ail classes of servants 
of the Deity Jagannatha at Purl. 

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Chhatra-bhanga deba q$$9ag> <c«GOG« aaiQQI— 
M^^WWl To be put to rout; to flee from the 
battle-field (said of a defeated army). 

ssa^iq©— s. q. (qi«i)— ai^iae^ 9^0 gqF^^iq^^ 

Cbhatra-maharaja c^Q «?^a|» — The four 

protectors of the quarters of the earth 
according to the Buddhists, 

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9^19— gq. 9— api^o S^i^i pi aiQ— • 

Chhktra-sahi A wide bushy turban set like an*. 
( 8§)SIQ — SW&a ) umbrella over the head.. 

. s?ai§ 9Q<3 CIQ ^l©8Q I ^3^9* ^TQQQ St© I 

Chhatra 1. The Indian madder-plant; Rubia 

Manjistha.. 
> I SilftQ €IQ -2. A spreading or busby 

tree. 
•> I Q,Q0$Q qp^3. Anethum Panmoriwm; 

the aniseed plant.. 
v. I g©a CIS — 4. Anethum Sowa plant, 

■* I tal (G9«) (9GQ^1 09^«) 

5. Tina (See) 
9 1 aS>20 (§. apqiQQ) — 6. Coriander. 
9 I S^i S-^IQ (5-'QOTICiQ) — 7. Mushroom. 


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2. A plant akin to Acacia' Acracia (M. W.)> 

Chhatrakara g©|aQ gjltf^ — Spreading (like 

t9piQ©^©k>*1^>a) an umbrella); umbrella-shaped; 

■ umbellate. 

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^ Vanda iloxburghii; the Icbueumptt 

-.;■ ■ " .plant (M.\W.). 

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QfjfflQ>— ^. % — gsiiQ$1 9QQI3 — 

Chhatranga A kind of yellow orpiment. 

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Chhatra-dhanya The coriander seed. 

Cbbatri ' aq9Ql QQ 9QI — 1. A big umbrella held 




over kings and Deities. 


. 9 I 0$9^)1 $01 — 2. A sovereign; emperor. 
♦ * I S1Q qftSJ — 3. A warrior. 

v l*-(qj. 9?SJ) — 9p£[ — 4. A Kshatriya or 

• man of the warrior class amongst the 

Hindus. 

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., Chhatrika V I Stffoy 9^— L Mushroom. 


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ae«— w. © (e. «tp°a)— 9Q9 (ew) 

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Chhatrl i | 3191 CgQQSQ QQI ii^} S'91Qag— . 
(S^sil — ^teCf) Having. an umbrella held over 

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^ I S^iilQ! — 2. Bearing an umbrella. 
qv©— t. I qoi— 1. A king ( M. W>. 

J 1 Qgift (@- eipgtsla)— 2. A barber (M.Wk 

SO(illSj)— ?f — ?B91Q0 Q€M— To cover. 
Chhad (root) 

Chhada \j 9fl|ffiiQg — J.. Diospyros Tomentosta 

(tree).'' 
9 \ '$9Q ap — 2. Jjeaf of a tree/ 

31 I QS; Q®^|— 3. Wing. 

v 1 4903; ©|<3r«l— 4. A cover; lid. 

* I 2i!8IW-Q% ^QSJ— 5. A sheet, 

£ I «3|3Q a^* — $■ A blade of grass. 

' 9 1 Q2Q SQ> C9Q— ^- Bark of a tree. 

r 1 (4. qq. si) eflslQQ ©«9l — 

Act of covering- 

SQ»-e. 9^(89 b:4+q<? Sl^)- ^ I «9"l9fi> — 
Chbadana ^ Covering, 

j I (+Q€)(n a©)— a^ — Leaf. 

* I €9Qa§)— 3. The Cassia Cinnamon 

(fragrant leaves). 
'■v \ as— Wing. 

SQfl— fll. Q (?T. SQ)— S«i 9^; a» -Deceit; trick. 
Chhadarma " • 

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Chhada QlgQ agGQ Q9l^ *9 ©91 9$>i Qtl Qlg 1 — 

1. A parapet at the extremes of a roof at 

the top of the walls of building. 

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